Re: C++'s new threading model...compatible with external libs?
On 2012-04-23 17:37:46 +0000, nroberts said:
To take advantage of C++'s new threading stuff (the memory model and
such...I don't actually know all that's involved)
will you be forced
to use the C++ threading API or will you still be able to use system
specific libraries such as pthreads?
pthreads will work as well as it has in the past. The C++ memory model
is a set of requirements on interactions between memory accesses and
calls to functions in the Standard C++ library. It does not impose
requirements on interactions with other libraries, except, of course,
to the extent that those libraries are based on calls to functions in
the Standard C++ library.
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Standard C++ Library Extensions: a Tutorial and Reference
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