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Class std.concurrency.ThreadScheduler

An example Scheduler using kernel threads.

class ThreadScheduler
  : Scheduler ;

This is an example Scheduler that mirrors the default scheduling behavior of creating one kernel thread per call to spawn. It is fully functional and may be instantiated and used, but is not a necessary part of the default functioning of this module.


thisInfo[get] ThreadInfoReturns ThreadInfo.thisInfo, since it is a thread-local instance of ThreadInfo, which is the correct behavior for this scheduler.


newCondition (m) Creates a new Condition variable. No custom behavior is needed here.
spawn (op) Creates a new kernel thread and assigns it to run the supplied op.
start (op) This simply runs op directly, since no real scheduling is needed by this approach.
yield () This scheduler does no explicit multiplexing, so this is a no-op.
factory (classname) Create instance of class specified by the fully qualified name classname. The class must either have no constructors or have a default constructor.
opCmp (o) Compare with another Object obj.
opEquals (o) Test whether this is equal to o. The default implementation only compares by identity (using the is operator). Generally, overrides and overloads for opEquals should attempt to compare objects by their contents. A class will most likely want to add an overload that takes your specific type as the argument and does the content comparison. Then you can override this and forward it to your specific typed overload with a cast. Remember to check for null on the typed overload.
toHash () Compute hash function for Object.
toString () Convert Object to a human readable string.


Sean Kelly, Alex Rønne Petersen, Martin Nowak


Boost License 1.0.