Subject: Re: [boost] Final opinion on Re: Boost.Fiber review January 6-15
From: Oliver Kowalke (oliver.kowalke_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-01-11 11:29:03
2014/1/11 Niall Douglas <s_sourceforge_at_[hidden]>
> Aha! You're reusing ASIO's coroutines support as-is. For some reason
> my old brain didn't grok this, now it does. Thank you Oliver, and for
> putting up with my stupid questions.
there's no such thing as a stupid question ;^)
* More identical replication of Boost.Thread's specific APIs. Others
> have gone into more detail on this than I, but I would add that if an
> extension API is trivial to add, I'd say it's very likely to appear
> in C++17 anyway.
but I'm uncertain which one (at least if already added support for
interruption) - but what
about the others (many of them a conditionally compiled)?
Nice to have:
> * Intel TSX support to avoid locks.
may I contact you for some info regarding to this issue (I'd like to
benefit from your knowledge)?
> Oliver: you did a great job on Fiber and Coroutine. Please accept my
> personal thank you for all your hard work and making it available to
> the Boost community.
thank you too
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