From: Philipp Henkel (threadpool_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-05 14:44:04
I was amazed about the huge interest in my threadpool lib in the last week.
:-) Currently, it looks like there's a strong demand for having a thread
pool included in boost.
Anthony would like to add futures and a pool to boost::thread. I think this
is a very good idea for two reasons. First, any boost thread pool should be
based on boost::thread. This means platform independence for free. It does
not make much sense to separate the libs because the threadpool part is
small and requires the boost::thread binaries anyway.
Second, we don't need a boost project setup for my lib. I guess it's much
easier to integrate with boost::threads than to prepare a stand-alone
Please let me know your opinions.
On 10/31/07, Dean Michael Berris <mikhailberis_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On 10/31/07, Alex Ott <alexott_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > Hello Michael
> > I had wrote this question to Phillip several days ago, so i know this
> > asnwer ;-) After improvements in documentations, he plans to send it
> > to review
> Great! Thanks. :-)
> At any rate, I think I'll contact him about helping with the
> documentation. It might also be a good idea if I take my further
> questions about thread pool with him directly.
> Thanks again!
> Dean Michael C. Berris
> Software Engineer, Friendster, Inc.
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