Message from JavaScript discussions

December 2018

β€” Again, only matters for spawned processes, right?


This is enough to make coroutines run non-deterministically

const end = + ms;
while ( < end);

β€” It doesnt give anything for browser, right. as Dani cant hack Chrome/FF engine🀀

β€” It is all pure JS

β€” It matters only for spawned processes which want to take advantage of some form of deterministic execution order

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β€” Right

β€” Which they should not, imo

β€” It's the same as any other thread sync issue

β€” You use constructs which mitigate things like missed cycles

β€” Pure JS in browser runs ordered, and you may change the order without Herz

β€” It is coarse concurrency

β€” Meaning concurrency occurs on a whole-function basis rather than chunks of functions