High-level Multithreading

Face it – multithreading programming is hard. It is hard to design a multithread program, it is hard to write and test it and it is insanely hard to debug it. To alleviate this problem, OmniThreadLibrary introduces a number of pre-packaged multithreading solutions; so-called abstractions.

The idea behind the high-level abstractions is that the user should just choose appropriate abstraction and write the worker code, while the OmniThreadLibrary provides the framework that implements the tricky multithreaded parts, takes care of synchronisation and so on.

book/highlevel.txt · Last modified: 2012/11/14 05:58 by gabr
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