[whatwg] WebWorkers and images
marijnh at gmail.com
Thu Jan 13 05:05:43 PST 2011
> To preserve shared-nothingness, the passed object (and the object's children) could be made unreachable (somehow, don't ask me) in the sending context as soon as passed to the worker. Perhaps other constraints might need to exist, e.g. perhaps no methods allowed in these objects.
This is a hairy, deep, programming-language theory problem, and I'd
I think agressive optimization of the copying code is a more hopeful
direction. After all, we're not dealing with huge chunks of data here.
In an ideal case, memory-to-memory copy takes less than half a
millisecond per megabyte.
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