Jan E. wrote in post #1067435:
> rex goxman wrote in post #1067433:
>> Well, for the purposes here, if Ruby's threads were green threads, yes
>> they would have been comparable to Erlang green processes.  My emphasis
>> is far more on the "green" and far less on whether it is a process or a
>> thread.
>
> Ruby 1.8 *has* green threads. It's explained in Xavier's link, and I
> also mentioned it above.
>
> You seem to misread "some implementations have native threads" as "all
> have native threads".

The title of this post is "green threads in 1.9.* ?"  Furthermore, I 
have this edit in one of my posts here:

> EDIT: 1.9.x of course.

So I have misread nothing.  I am **ONLY** talking about 1.9.*.  I could 
care less about 1.8 or any other implementation.

Thanks.

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