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It's been amazing following all the progress so far. I'm a proud $5/mo sponsor and look forward to writing something in Zig soon!

Are there any concurrency constructs provided by the language yet? I'm just starting to learn how to do concurrency in lower-level langauges (with mutexes and spinlocks and stuff). I'm coming from the world of Python where my experience with concurrent state is limited to simple row-level locks and `with transaction.atomic():`.

An equivalent article to this would be awesome for Zig: https://begriffs.com/posts/2020-03-23-concurrent-programming...

Edit: I just found this announcement for async function support: https://ziglang.org/download/0.5.0/release-notes.html#Async-...






Yes! Here's a repository where I show some comparisons with Go: https://github.com/andrewrk/zig-async-demo/

This area is still bleeding-edge experimental, but it's very promising.

I need to do a blog post on how async/await works in zig and event-based I/O. It's been a long time coming.




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