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Why did Golang discontinue the “netchan” package?
The Golang "netchan" package seems to have been discontinued. That makes me think that the concept of "networked channels" were not a good practice after all. (Why wouldn't them just "let it be" ...
Jun 23 '12 at 16:58
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