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At 01:10 AM 7/5/96 -0500, porttiki@research.nokia.com (Porttikivi Anssi
NRC/Hki) wrote:

 >programmers don't feel tempted to bypass it. As always, 
 >hardest work with Inferno has probably been designing 
 >things out: no threading, C++ like objects 
 >or a microkernel - no buzzword compliance.

If I read correctly, Limbo supports the spawning of independently scheduled
threads of control, and the means is implemented for communication between
tasks of this kind.

On another note, why are you so excited about Inferno? Do you see it as Java
with a robust, network-centric OS already built into it?

Rogers Cadenhead