Why doesn't ruby support native threading?

I think supporting native threading is a great thing in terms of
parallel computation, then why ruby doesnt support it, in other way, why
ruby maker is not thinking to give it native support… very curious to
know.

On 10/09/2012 12:38 PM, ajay paswan wrote:

I think supporting native threading is a great thing in terms of
parallel computation, then why ruby doesnt support it, in other way, why
ruby maker is not thinking to give it native support… very curious to
know.

Ruby does support native threading.

Sam

Google is your friend.

http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/2798098

Henry

Try reading “working with unix processes”. It’s written with ruby,
available as an ebook, and is fantastic:
http://pragprog.com/book/jsunix/working-with-unix-processes

On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 4:38 PM, ajay paswan [email protected]
wrote:

I think supporting native threading is a great thing in terms of
parallel computation, then why ruby doesnt support it, in other way, why
ruby maker is not thinking to give it native support… very curious to
know.

JRuby and Rubinius both support thread-level parallelism at the CPU
level
without any sort of global interpreter lock (among other
implementations,
they are just the two most popular with this feature)

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