Polyphony: Fine-Grained Concurrency for Ruby

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  • Polyphony

    Fine-grained concurrency for Ruby

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    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • libev

    Full-featured high-performance event loop loosely modelled after libevent

    Thank you for this.

    I am interested in how concurrency can be represented elegantly and efficiently, so I am interested in how libraries can simplify async and make it easier to reason about and write

    The libev and ioring support is great for IO scalability (https://github.com/enki/libev not sure if this is the official repo)

    In Python I use the "select" module and use epoll on Linux.

    I am currently thinking of designing an API that allows the registration of epoll-like listeners to arbitrary objects, including business objects, so you can efficiently register a listener on multiple behaviours of multiple arbitrary objects.

    I wrote an async/await simulation in Java and my scheduler is really simple, it's just a for loop that checks to see if there are any tasks that can progress. I notice the switch_fiber in polyphony must do something similar. This is similar to a yield in a coroutine.

    My async/await simulation takes the following program:

      task1:

  • trio

    Trio – a friendly Python library for async concurrency and I/O

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