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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [multi state machine/ MSM] execute_queued_events
Date: 2015-01-26 14:53:00
>I've looked on GitHub and can't seem to find the version of MSM you refer
>Can you send me a link (I think you did this once, but I can't seem to find
For example https://github.com/boostorg/msm/tree/msm3, or if you want to see
It's still in construction, I'm suffering from an acute lack of time :(
>As to your question on my application:
>I'm considering several possibilities:
>1) One or more threads enqueueing events and a separate thread running the
>state machine processing them.
This can be done with:
- a lock before enqueueing, and a lock before executing le queued events.
- the msm3 branch above (lockfree msm), I'm working on exactly this and hope
to support this very soon.
- my upcoming asynchronous library ;-)
>2) Multiple cooperating state machines that may send events to each other.
This is what I want to achieve with the lockfree msm. It works so far if you
only have simple fsm (no submachine, no queue , though I will speed this up
if you need it).
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