C Threads 3.6
August 22 2010
The aim of this library, is to provide the programmer with an easy to use class.
Brothersoft Editor: The aim of this Library, is to provide the programmer with an easy to use class, that can be further inherited to provide a rich set of threaded functionality rarely seen in a linux environment. Full C++ is provided, without any wrapping around underlying C code, which gives more Compact and faster objects.
As of version 2.x, the library provides process scoping, a feature that has been greatly missed in the linux community. This feature allows different programs to share memory and control variables, for synchronisation and direct data communications.
A new feature in 2.1, is the ability to simulate asynchronous I/O on file descriptors. An example provided with the library, shows how to communicate with a modem with an asynchronous method where data is obtained and stored in a priority queue, giving the main process full ability to handle other tasks. Such an I/O class, can be used to handle data input from several different file descriptors simultaneously, but is limited to handling only one server file descriptor per class.