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Coro (6.23) *

Module description is "the only real threads in perl".
Well, this is just scam.
Those are not real threads (if we talk about system programming). Absolutely. Anti-threads.

vsespb - 2013-01-16T12:55:54 (permalink)

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Coro (6.08) *****

Great module. You could do so much with Coro / AnyEvent. Work of a genius in my opinion.

Marseille07 - 2012-06-11T23:59:00 (permalink)

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Coro (6.08) *

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT!!!

Don't use any modules by Marc Lehmann, you will almost certainly regret it later. This author has a history of extreme hostility towards the Perl community and will actively prevent you from using his software if he doesn't like you, or what you do with it.

To give you an example, in the 6.1 release of AnyEvent he made AnyEvent.pm die if you use it together with IO::Async::Loop::AnyEvent. metacpan.org/source/MLEHMANN/AnyEvent...

See also this P5P thread for a little more context. www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl5.po...

PSA Perl - 2012-04-24T07:20:49 (permalink)

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Coro (6.02) ****

Author is not very nice, but the module is great.

Trl Dan - 2011-07-21T06:20:08 (permalink)

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Coro (5.17) *****

Wow, I can't believe no-one had reviewed this module.

In short, this is what Perl Threads should work like. After the fragile-but-fast Perl 5.5 threading thesis, and the slow-but-reliable Perl 5.6 ithreading antithesis, this is the perfect synthesis that gives you a fast and reliable threading model. Highly recommended.

Audrey Tang - 2009-08-24T21:00:46 (permalink)

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