Subject: [boost] [density] paged memory and concurrency
From: Giuseppe Campana (giu.campana_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-11-17 10:18:32
in the last year Iâve been experimenting concurrent data structures on
density, a C++11 library focused on:
- Page-based memory management.
- Heterogeneous and function queues. Single-threaded, mutex-ed,
lock-free and spin-locking versions are available. Lock-free and
spin-locking queues support any combination of single/multiple
- Lifo memory management, mainly to provide a safe alternative to alloca
with almost the same performances.
- Parametric control of the progress guarantee in concurrent algorithms.
I have to do a major update to fix the known issues, so Iâd like to
receive any feedback before it, especially about the design.
the implementation of almost everything, though itâs quite long.
Is there any interest on it?
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