Subject: Re: [boost] Code to address requirement 7(a) of IOStreams Roadmap
From: Gene Panov (gene.panov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-10-05 09:42:06
Good question, Bjorn.
Three main differences from iostreams from Asio:
- formatting happens on the background thread which saves most of the
latency (for formatted output),
- it will never make a kernel call on the calling thread except some
extreme contention (which saves latency again),
- streams don't have to be associated with sockets.
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