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Re: Sun JSR 166 - Concurrency Utilities
> > http://gee.cs.oswego.edu/dl/concurrency-interest/index.html
> There seems to be perilously close to zero interest in CSP, and
> specifically JCSP or CTJ. Is that true of JSR-166 overall? That would be
> a shame.
I'm sure there IS interest (as evidenced by the existence of
java-threads list), but none of it has led to anyone pushing for any
particular constructs in JSR166 beyond those things (like
SynchronousChannels) that are already present in current specs.
JSR166 vows to be agnostic about concurrent programming methodology,
and tries to include capabilities that will improve all sorts of
styles and approaches. So, we do not propose to standardize JCSP or
CTJ packages, but we do include things that may be of use in
constructing future versions of such frameworks.
I again invite everyone to please review this JSR and send comments
and suggestions. Time to do so is quickly winding down.
Doug Lea, Computer Science Department, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY 13126 USA
dl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 315-312-2688 FAX:315-312-5424 http://gee.cs.oswego.edu/