@ -3825,7 +3825,7 @@ called):
That basically suspends the coroutine inside C<wait_for_event> and
continues the libev coroutine, which, when appropriate, switches back to
this or any other coroutine. I am sure if you sue this your own :)
this or any other coroutine.
You can do similar tricks if you have, say, threads with an event queue -
instead of storing a coroutine, you store the queue object and instead of