From: Braddock Gaskill (braddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-09 09:05:42
I just started looking at the boost::futures zip file in the vault as
well. I'd really like to use it for a current project if it is near
Can I use it in conjunction with my own thread pool or with an active
For example, I'd want something like:
future<int> val = myThreadPool.queue<int>(f);
The documentation is incomplete except for the simple case, which
appears to spawn a new thread for every new future?
The ability to use a future with the asio::io_service in particular would
be quite powerful.
Dockside Vision Inc
On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 12:11:56 -0800, Sohail Somani wrote:
> I was looking at the futures implementation in the boost vault. It looks
> very promising, I must say. One of the open issues however is thread
> cancellation which I imagine will be important in the case of the "or"
> futures group.
> Has there been any progress on this front? One of the coolest things
> about boost libraries has been the gradual improvement of legacy C/C++
> code by non-invasive means. I can't imagine solving this problem without
> invasive means (or traditionally undesirable means, i.e. something like
> thread->die()). I'm not saying that its non-invasive or nothing, but
> there are people smarter than me working on this problem!
> Thanks in advance,
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