Subject: Re: [boost] [thread] patch to allow custom stack size.
From: Vicente Botet (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-12-02 03:18:38
Geoff Shapiro wrote
> Vicente J. Botet Escriba <vicente.botet <at> wanadoo.fr> writes:
>> I don't know. I have submitted a more generic patch *3 years* ago and
>> there is no response yet.
>> https://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/ticket/2741 :proposal to manage
>> portable and non portable thread attributes
>> Btw, could you take a look at the ticket and tell me what do you think
>> of my proposal?
> Vicente, I have looked at your proposal and I like the direction you
> headed with
> that set of patches. There was a recent request for changes to
> boost::thread to
> allow priority inheritance on thread creation (pthread environments) and
> proposal would cover that with no problem.
> I'd like to see in your example how you see a user incorporating thread
> attribute settings for non-portable attributes.
Here it is what I wrote: "
The portable application needing some specific configuration can construct
portable threads using the following schema
// set portable attributes
// ... window version
// ... pthread version
#error "Boost threads unavailable on this platform"
thread th(attr, f,ctx);
Isn't this enough clear?
> Other thoughts that could be considered:
> 1. Would thread priority setting be considered a portable or non-portable
> attribute? There does seem to be quite a bit of variation in this amongst
> different environments. It would be nice if it could be generalized and
> reconciled amongst the different environments.
I don't think so.
> 2. It might be a good thing to be able to specify a default attribute set
> to be
> used in a constructor version not taking an attribute object reference
> (this is
> the current constructor).
The current constructor uses the default native attributes. Is this what you
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