Francis Glassborow wrote:Francis Glassborow replied:
I (Thant Tessman) wrote:
>> [...] Shoehorning threading
>> into C++ just seems like a misallocation of talent and
>> effort--counterproductive even. [...]
> The only deduction I can make from this is that you believe C++ shouldYes. And I say this as someone who's made an admittedly comfortable
> be dead and buried.
living programming with C++ since cfront.
> C++ without threading will be tantamount to uselessMy first-hand experience is that mobile phones in practice are
> by the end of this decade. Even mobile phones us multi-core processors
> these days.
programmed usually with C, and/or a six, no, seven-year-out-of-date C++
compiler, and/or--just shoot me now--Java.
My guess is that future phones will be running either Linux, in which
> And my point is that multi-threading is in the process ofWhy? (Yes, that was rhetorical.)
> becoming equivalent to concurrent programming and C++ needs to address
> that issue.
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