From: Paul Baxter (paje_at_[hidden])
Date: 1999-07-26 11:48:25
Take a look at ACE for a well-designed threading/network solution.
The full library has all sorts of bells and whistles, but you can use
subsets for those sections your app requires.
(just low level frameworks for threads maybe)
Even if you're not interested in threads/networks, take a look at how they
support lots of compilers and OS.
Douglas Schmidt is 'into' patterns and good design practices. It shows in
That's not to say that alternatives aren't worth designing, but with that
and the gnu pthreads project
which could be wrapped up into C++, there are good quality alternatives
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