On July 28, kevin at suberic.net said:
> and then i go from api calls to ipc. complexity scampers up, performance
> scampers down. going down that road, a less complex way would be
> rpc, but i'm trying to explore options that keep performance high and
> complexity low. a single process with a well defined api gives me that.
re: performance, do bear in mind that according to some guy called
Torvalds, the Linux process model is very close to multithreading in
terms of cost-per-process vs. cost-per-thread.
Waider. And with RPC, you could have a distributed app, which would be 'l33t.
waider at waider.ie / Yes, it /is/ very personal of me.
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