Subject: Re: [boost] [coroutine] : My Confusion
From: Oliver Kowalke (oliver.kowalke_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-05-10 00:38:39
> I know it's wayyy too late in the game for any top-level
> requirements. But I would recommend inserting a potentially
> user-customizable functional element between the context-save
> and the context-restore.
> Maybe you already have it and I'm a dummy who can't see it.
> Do you know why I suggest this?
> Because we could specialize the functional element to
> implement a simple (nearly portable) time-slicing cooperative
> multitasking scheduler simply using a container filled with
> (coroutine + timer) objects. You already have a yield() function.
> And I do see some evidence of events and waiting.
> With a scheduling element and a potential sleep_for() function
> we could essentially get a robust cooperative multitasking scheduler
> *right off the rack* from boost.
I'm currently working on a library for cooperative multitasking
(containing a scheduler etc.) - boost.stratified.
It provides some kind of user-land threads together with mutexs,
condition- and event variables ...
Maybe we can talk about it in a private conversation.
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