Subject: Re: [boost] [interprocess] (OS X) waiting on condition variable = CPU 100% + fans running loud
From: Ion Gaztañaga (igaztanaga_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-01-08 10:50:00
El 08/01/2013 14:38, Tim Blechmann escribió:
>>>> For the spinlocks, the way forward is to use std::atomic_flag, and much
>>>> of the other stuff is also obsoleted by the C++11 atomics.
>>>> Unfortunately, I was unable to get yield(k) into the standard.
>> [CCing Tim duet to Boost.Atomic/Lockfree mention]
>> We need to be compatible with C++03 compilers so I guess maybe
>> Boost.Atomic/Boost.Lockfree might be a good candidates for these utilities.
> i think it is a good idea to use boost/std atomics. smart_ptr has
> support for much more architectures, though ... it would be best to
> integrate all that architectures into boost.atomic ...
Is there any plan to improve Boost.Atomic portability? I guess we have
enough atomic experts in Boost but maybe we'll need to make some "call
for experts" to support more architectures.
I read from Boost.Atomic documentation that supported platforms are:
- gcc 4.x: i386, x86_64, ppc32, ppc64, armv5, armv6, alpha
- Visual Studio Express 2008/Windows XP, i386
That seems a bit limited unless under "GCC" we have several compilers
compatible with GCC and MSVC (maybe Intel, Clang, Freescale? etc.).
Maybe some Summer of code projects could help here.
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