Subject: Re: PostgreSQL
To: Alfred Perlstein <>
From: Johnny Billquist <>
List: current-users
Date: 02/03/2006 16:47:57
That just means the software is not designed right. :-)
A good designed program is easy to get to work right.

However, even the best thought out software usually degenerates over 
time, unfortunately...

Tounge in cheek whilst writing this... :-)

Alfred Perlstein wrote:
> * Michael Richardson <> [060203 07:28] wrote:
>>Leaning to write co-routines and select/poll interfaces is takes a bit
>>more brain power at first than writing the above busy-loop, but is SO
>>MUCH easier to debug that the effort pays off.
> Bah... No way, I'm currently working on a large scale system using
> co-routines, it's a major PITA to make it work right, I'd much rather
> have co-operative threads.

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