Tue Mar 22 16:37:17 PST 2005
as the object, but then again there is probably no way to enforce
>>>>> "EAL" == Edward A Lee <eal at eecs.berkeley.edu> writes:
EAL> At 08:53 PM 8/11/2004 -0700, Tobin Fricke wrote:
>> Right now
>> there's no way to append to an ArrayToken w/o copying the whole thing.
EAL> This is not an implementation detail...
EAL> A key principle we've followed is that tokens are immutable.
EAL> There are many benefits to this (e.g., you can broadcast a token
EAL> to many actors without introducing a hidden source of nondeterminacy).
EAL> I don't think we should change that policy lightly...
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