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how much does lisp support concurrent software construction? a la erlang?


On Apr 16, 11:55 pm, gavino <gavcom@gmail.com> wrote:

Lately Erlang seems to be presented only in the context that "it is
better than Scheme/Lisp because of what does really well", which is
highly multi-threaded I/O.

Why is that?

Well I think because yaws seems to kick ass and it is getting
mindshare I guess...

http://www.sics.se/~joe/apachevsyaws.html

everyone loves fast web serving.....and handling 80k users seems nice.

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