Thu Mar 5 01:48:39 CET 2009
On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 5:27 PM, Sargun Dhillon <xbmodder@REDACTED> wrote:
> How is it not?
When I asked the question I probably should've mentioned I had Clojure on
the brain. Clojure has first-class support for STM and permits mutable
state within "atomic" sections of code (where it has immutable state
I suppose I was wondering if someone had ever experimented with a system
like that which permits transactional node-local mutable state. And I guess
the answer is still Mnesia does that... to a degree. However Mnesia
requires you configure tables/schema ahead of time and it certainly isn't a
first-class language feature, not that that's a requirement of STM systems.
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