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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Signals2 benchmark
From: Vicente J. Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-02-06 01:19:58

Le 06/02/15 00:15, Joren Heit a écrit :
> Hi all,
> New to this list, so I hope I'm at the right place, and not asking too
> much of you guys. Please inform me if either of those is true! ;-)
> I have been working on a little toy project to implement a
> template-based Signal/Slot library and now that I have a usable
> end-product, I want to test it against boost::signals2 to get an idea
> of how well it performs. Therefore my first question is whether
> boost::signals2 is generally considered a high performance library.
> Second, I'm a little reluctant to build a benchmark suite myself,
> because I want to be fair to both myself and the other party. I don't
> know the signals2 library at all, let alone what its virtues and
> shortcomings are. Some tips on what to test exactly would therefore be
> great, although I'm afraid this request might qualify for "asking too
> much". Initial tests show that my own library can be up to 10 times
> faster than the boost-implementation, which makes me even more
> suspicious that I might not be testing the right things (but at the
> same time prematurely proud).
> Thanks in advance and cheers!

just a first question: is your implementation thread-safe?


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