From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-01 16:58:14
This turns out to be of interest to me. I went to the vault and looked for
it but didn't find it where I expected to.
I expected to find it in the folder "concurrent programmng".
Instead I found it at the root wiht the name "continuation..." Only the the
very fine print gave a hint as to its true utility
Giovanni P. Deretta wrote:
> I'm posting this under the asio header because it depends heavily on
> I've uploaded in the vault a simple coroutine lib. Only works under
> unix though, but windows support could be added by some one with more
> knowledge than me of win32 fibers.
> In pratice the coroutine lib allow the creation of separate user
> contextes, and provides functions that return functors that when
> called reactivate the coroutine. This functors can be provided as
> callbacks to
> asio asynch functions.
> There is still a lot of work to do before the lib becomes actually
> useful, but it is quite good for just a weekend conding project.
> Plese, critique and comment :)
> Giovanni P. Deretta
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