Subject: Re: [boost] [threadpool] new version - with rescheduling of currenttask
Date: 2009-02-28 02:28:28
Am Saturday 28 February 2009 01:24:43 schrieb vicente.botet:
> BTW, the doc html is not included
sorry - I'll add this soon
> > I was expecting that fro a long time. I was tried to do that, but the
> > time goes on. Thanks a lot Oliver, I will take a deep look in.
> >> I've also added two function in order to wait for multiple tasks (it
> >> uses Anthonies future lib wait_for_any()/wait_for_all() ).
> > So you don't need any more to provide get_future, isn't it?
Yes - the future should be an implementation detail for the task object.
I believe the lib should provide a this_task::get_thread_pool() too (as you
I've also some concerns about this_task::reschedule_until( function< bool() >
const&) because the passed function object could block in bool operator()()
(->for instance blocking in locking a mutex etc.).
Maybe reschedule_until() should only accept futures?! Or schould I remove this
function because pool::submit() called inside of a worker-thread would
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