Meyer, OO and concurrency

todd <>
Fri Jul 15 05:28:14 CEST 2005


David Hopwood wrote:

> Of course, if a language implementation is running on an OS that is
> hopelessly broken in respect of real-time issues, and does not allow
> running *any* code with low latency, then the implementation will also
> be hopelessly broken in that respect. This is just as true of C++ as it
> is of Erlang.

It's not difficult. Interrupt. How long till the task runs? The OS
can guarantee that. A language can't.





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