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Comments on the C++ Concurrency TS

Wednesday, 28 May 2014

It's been a while since I wrote any papers for the C++ committee, but I've written two for the committee mailing prior to the upcoming committee in Rapperswil:

The first provides comments, and suggestions for improvements on the concurrency TS based on implementing continuations for Just::Thread V2, and executors for an unreleased internal build of Just::Thread.

The second proposes to standardize the synchronized_value class template from Just::Thread Pro, with a couple of modifications.

Let me know if you have any comments.

Posted by Anthony Williams
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I would prefer synchronized_value<T> created the update_guard for me:

synchronized_value<string> syncString;

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*sref = "...";

return *sref;

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Between the advent of move semantics and 'auto', this seems cleaner and simpler to understand.

Also seems unnecessarily restrictive that you can't dictate the type of the mutex that is used.

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