Tue Dec 13 18:35:35 CET 2005
On Tue, Dec 13, 2005 at 05:30:26PM +0100, Tony Rogvall wrote:
> On 13 dec 2005, at 15.45, Thomas Lindgren wrote:
> >Now that we are getting a multithreaded runtime
> >system, is this a good time to bring up ets? I am
> >having some issues here.
> For what it's worth I wrote a module called atomic.erl some time ago.
> It can be regarded as
> lightweight but it uses ets and monitor heavily to avoid
> synchronizing with a server process.
> Could possibly be fun for some verifier to analyze, if not the flaws
> are obvious ;-)
> Also it can possibly be used to verify (if it works) that the ets is
> multithread safe...
> No documentation nor support is given ... (as always)
> Typical use:
> Key = foobar, %% could be any term
> This can be condensed into atomic:exec(Key, fun() -> do_something()
> Note that the atomic needs a gen_server that owne the locker table to
> BTW the macro dbg_schedule can be used to verify if the atomic module
> it forces context switches in some places.
Why not use global:trans/?
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