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From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-12-14 11:13:43

Arkadiy Vertleyb wrote:

> Let me disagree with this. There are cases when having multiple
> threads, each working in a synchronous way, is a better approach.
> First, it's much more intuitive, and easier to debug. Second,
> sometimes it's the only way to achieve you goal, such as whan you
> can't (or don't want to) rewrite your processing algorithm in
> asynchronous way.
> And when such a case arrives, it would be nice to have a clean socket
> class, without build-in asynchronisity.

Even if this is the case, is it the responsibility of a library that offers
Asynchronous I/O as a primary focus to supply a clean socket class that has
nothing to do with async I/O?

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