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From: Yuval Ronen (ronen_yuval_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-07 00:18:33

Atry wrote:
> Yuval Ronen 写道:
>> Here are a few classes which I think are very useful:
>> 1. A thread_pool class. I think there's not much I can tell you that
>> you don't know about it. It's something that has threads, and can
>> accept tasks to be pushed into a queue, and executed in turn when a
>> thread is available. It can also be suspended (stop handling tasks,
>> but keep the threads alive) and resumed.
>> 2. Two 'dispatcher' classes, one for plain threads, and one for
>> thread_pools. They accept a single task, or several tasks, to be
>> executed, either by dedicated threads (the thread_dispatcher class),
>> or by a thread_pool (the thread_pool_dispatcher class). These classes
>> provide a wait() method that block until all tasks are done.
> We already have thread pool and dispatcher in Boost.Asio, although it is
> a very simple one.

Oh, I didn't know that. Thanks for the pointer! Do they provide the same
functionality (in general, not up to the last feature)? I will take a
look at them. IMO, if they are like mine, they should reside in
Boost.Thread rather than in Asio.

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