From: McCabe, David (david.mccabe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-05 06:37:34
I'm going to go out on a limb here, because I don't have asio's source
to hand, but...
cancels "all pending input and output (I/O) operations that are issued
by the calling thread for the specified file." Since you're cancelling
on a different thread, I assume asio calls CancelIo on that thread and
thus doesn't cancel the operation. See Larry Osterman's blog
Vista offers CancelIoEx and CancelSynchronousIo for these situations,
but on previous versions of Windows there's no way to cancel I/O going
on in a different thread.
From: Roland Schwarz [mailto:roland.schwarz_at_[hidden]]
Sent: Monday, 4 February 2008 7:46 AM
To: asio-users_at_[hidden]; boost_at_[hidden]; Christopher
Subject: Re: [boost] [asio-users] Cancelation not working on windows?
This is my second attempt, since there was no
meaningful answer on the first.
I again apologize for cross-posting but I still
have no idea which is the correct list to post asio
Roland Schwarz wrote:
> One of my objectives is getting cancellation in a
> platform independent way. Since on windows blocking
> io cannot be canceled I tried to use asio to emulate
> the required behavior.
> This works well on linux, but the same code fails
> on windows. During a debug session it appeared to me
> as if the CancelIO call is not being honored (WindowsXP).
> Is this a bug in asio or am I doing something wrong.
> I put together a stripped down example to show
> the "erroneous" behavior.
> The examples main thread connects to localhost port 80 and
> then schedules an async read call.
> A second polling thread checks for ctrl-c beeing pressed
> and invokes the sockets cancel function.
> On linux this causes the read handler to terminate with
> Oeration Cancelled
> as expected, but on windows the cancel request is simply
> Any help appreciated!
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