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mention subprocesses in FAQ

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-7.06 2016-09-01
+7.06 2016-09-08
7.05 2016-08-29
- Fixed bug in Mojo::IOLoop::Subprocess where EV would steal the subprocess
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No, it is not possible to magically make Perl code non-blocking. While
L<Mojolicious> has been designed from the ground up for non-blocking I/O and
-event loops, taking advantage of this requires specialized code available
-through modules like L<Mojo::IOLoop> and L<Mojo::UserAgent>, or third-party
-event loops. In the documentation we often refer to this as real-time web, for
-more information see also L<Mojolicious::Guides::Cookbook/"REAL-TIME WEB">.
+event loops, taking advantage of this requires blocking code to be wrapped in
+L<subprocesses|Mojo::IOLoop/"subprocess">, or the use of specialized
+non-blocking code available through modules like L<Mojo::IOLoop> and
+L<Mojo::UserAgent>, or third-party event loops. In the documentation we often
+refer to this as real-time web, for more information see also
+L<Mojolicious::Guides::Cookbook/"REAL-TIME WEB">.
=head2 What is an event loop?

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