- Ivan GodardKeymasterJanuary 5, 2014 at 11:07 pmPost count: 687
If you mean atomic primitives, the Mill uses optimistic concurrency using the top-level cache, sometimes mis-named “transactional memory” and quite similar to operations in recent Intel and IBM architectures. There are no read-modify-write primitives; pessimistic things like compare-and-swap are built from the optimistic primitives.
If you mean actual thread operations such as spawn and visit, then sorry, NYF.
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