[chuck-users] sporking shreds, advancing time
vboehm at gmx.ch
Thu Oct 5 13:58:09 EDT 2006
> Well, both could be used and either might be apropriate depending
> on the situation.
ok, good to know.
> Generally sporking shreds is used to have several things happen at
> the same time. Function calls without sporking (instead of copying
> the function's code to one or more locations) is mainly usefull for
> clarity, readability and keeping your files from growing realy big.
> If neither is needed I would't use either because they add complexity.
the simplicity in this case was only intended to have a clear
example. of course you are right in that no sporking is required here.
i was wondering from a more conceptual point of view, which version
would be better or more appropriate for chuck.
as you say, the first example might be a little simpler than the second.
still the second example seems clearer to me, well at least to what
i'm used to...
but i was a little concerned with the fact, that the shred ids kept
increasing so rapidly (calling a new shred every click) and wondered
wether chuck would really like that.
thanks for your explanations, i'll be back with more questions...
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