after the attempts of making green threads on .NET

In the free software scene “we support feature X” – “hooray, we successfully reproduced one of the X’s usage scenarios!”, and in the commercial (non-free as in non-free beer) software scene “we support feature X” – “we will preserve compatibility of feature X in accordance to the specifications during this and\or next release cycle”.

Seems like i like the second definition more…

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2 responses to “after the attempts of making green threads on .NET

    • that was about the Mono thread stack serialization vs .net one – Mono’s declared as ‘it works!’ and actually it doesnt (a single shot resume only), and .net-one has an issue on MS Connect “would you support this feature?”, which has a comment “yes we know it works now correctly in all scenarios, but we may broke it in the next release SO this feature is unsupported”

      That’s all…

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