Greg Willits wrote:
> I see Ruby threads is one way, and despite the disparaging commens I see

Ruby threads are a good thing - I wouldn't disparage them - but beware
that some Windows versions have broken synchronization primitives.

> Can anyone point me to a tutorial using a technique that will use
> multi-core CPUs?

Yes, but not using the current Ruby interpreter, which uses a single
operating-system thread, so cannot parallelize across a multi-core
system. If you need this with Ruby, you'll have to look at one of the
new interpreters.

Clifford Heath.