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atomic_weak_ptr— see my earlier blog post on
future::then()— schedule a task to run when a future becomes ready.
when_any()— create a future that is ready when any of a set of futures is ready.
when_all()— create a future that is ready when all of a set of futures are ready.
std::threadclass for launching and managing threads.
std::asyncfunction for starting asynchronous tasks.
std::timed_mutex, etc.) for protecting shared data.
std::condition_variable_any) for synchronizing operations.
std::atomic<long>, etc.) for low level atomic access.
std::promise, etc.) for communicating data between threads.
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To install the library on Window, double-click the .MSI file in Windows Explorer. To install the library on Linux you can use your favourite package manager, or install from the command line. e.g.
sudo dpkg -i justthread-gcc4.8-4_2.0.0_amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i justthread-gcc4.8-dev_2.0.0_amd64.deb
just::threadyou can start using the C++11 and C++14 multithreading support today. Rather than using platform-specific APIs you can use standard C++ facilities, making your code more portable both now and in the future.
just::threadcan provide you with the complete stack trace of every thread involved in a deadlock. It can also provide the stack trace of the locations where the relevant mutexes were locked. This can dramatically reduce the time taken to track down the cause of such problems and eliminate them. (Not available with the TDM gcc compiler for Windows)
just::threadlibrary has been developed by Anthony Williams, author or co-author of many of the multithreading and concurrency-related proposals for C++11. Anthony is also the author of C++ Concurrency in Action, published by Manning, which provides a comprehensive tutorial and reference to the C++11 multithreading facilities.
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