Klaus D. Witzel
klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Sun Oct 15 12:46:50 UTC 2006
how would you execute [ some long computation ] on another processor or
On another processor, Squeak does't work because its VM is neither
reentrant nor multiprocessing-capable (sorry for using terms which are >
30 years old ;-)
So it would be interesting to learn how you plan to offload [ some long
computation ] to another computer (or, FWIW, to another process running on
the same computer).
On Sun, 15 Oct 2006 08:56:48 +0200, Michael wrote:
> I've been using a class called "MessageCapture" which lets you receive
> messages sent to an object. It's caused me no end of agony trying to get
> it working, so I thought I'd share my agony with the community :-P.
> Source code here: http://www.squeaksource.com/DPON.html - click on
> "latest", MessageCapture-mvdg.2.mcz.
> It's released under the.. umm... MIT license.
> Also included is a Future class, which lets you do things like:
> result := Future doing: [ some long computation ].
> This will return immediately, forking off a process to do the
> computation and replacing "result" with the result when it's finished.
> Some of the tests fail. Any hints / tips / guidance is very welcome!
> Especially as to how to capture #== and #class. Those two messages are
> sent by the interpreter even before doing a message lookup.
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