Reinventing wheels?

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I agree that computational tasks should not be allowed to run multithreaded in rumble or even in general robocode, or at least we should not allow threads to be run when other bots are running.

However as long as you do file I/O for data logging purposes, multithreading is essential as it’s not fair for your main threads to run blocking I/O only to get a lot skipped turns.

Anyway, a better solution is to provide this in robocode, so fairness is guaranteed.

Xor (talk)03:27, 2 March 2019

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But debug mode disables security iirc? Then this mode is unsafe for running with arbitrary opponent. Also it seems that skipped turns has no special handling if you do IO. It just increases the max skipped turns allowed before you get disabled

Java already has nonblocking IO support, may be we should support this in robocode as well. Currently doing so requires disabling security.

Xor (talk)03:47, 3 March 2019