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Function std.concurrency.Scheduler.spawn

Assigns a logical thread to execute the supplied op.

abstract void spawn (
  void delegate() op

This routine is called by spawn. It is expected to instantiate a new logical thread and run the supplied operation. This thread must call thisInfo.cleanup() when the thread terminates if the scheduled thread is not a kernel thread--all kernel threads will have their ThreadInfo cleaned up automatically by a thread-local destructor.


op The function to execute. This may be the actual function passed by the user to spawn itself, or may be a wrapper function.


Sean Kelly, Alex Rønne Petersen, Martin Nowak


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