From: Ioannis Papadopoulos (ipapadop_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-26 02:13:44
Edd Dawson wrote:
> A while ago, I implemented the Boost.Thread API in terms of Windows
> Fibers and <uncontext.h> functionality. The result is the ability to
> run code written with boost threads in a single OS thread.
> I find it useful for writing tests where determinism is important i.e.
> to test algorithmic correctness in isolation from synchronization-
> related concerns.
> I haven't updated it to mirror the new 1.35 API yet, but I was
> wondering if any other boost users would be interested in this or if
> it might be thought suitable for inclusion in the boost library
> More information is available here:
> Direct link to source code:
> Kind regards,
So what exactly is the status of the library? And how much different
would it be from recompiling Boost.Thread with pth
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