[Pharo-dev] Responsible development
stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Mon Dec 2 10:43:24 EST 2013
>> And, I just want to remind everyone that Pharo 3.0 is unreleased... Do not
>> expect it to be stable,
> It’s not about stability of pharo 3, it about concurrency. And it’s the same problem in 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.0. I can write ruby code while running tests, but I cannot do that in Pharo.
Of course you can do that in Pharo.
AutoTest was a trial to do that.
Now for example you can load code in a background process now if you modify objects that may be impacted by changes then you can get in trouble.
In ruby do you run them in a patched kernel version or in the same environment?
I would like to have isolated memory and several kernels running side by side but this is not something that we can achieve in a couple of days.
> This thread doesn’t seem to have any reason, so I should just apologise for creating it because of frustration and ask everyone to stop discussing this :)
Yury you should be more precise in your point
>> although it is remarkably so for the amount of deep
>> changes that have been made. Maybe that has lulled us into a false sense of
>> security/expectation. Remember, caveat emptor until it is released, when
>> there obviously shouldn't be any changes which might introduce this kind of
>> View this message in context: http://forum.world.st/Responsible-development-tp4726686p4726749.html
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