semaphores do not access like volatile
niko.schwarz at gmx.net
Mon Feb 10 16:02:07 UTC 2003
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Am Montag, 10. Februar 2003 15:47 schrieb Robert Withers:
> I have a shared priority queue alternative as well, if you are
> interested in that.
thats nice, thank you, but i got it to work already, and you know: never
change a running horse ;-)
I have another thingy now: Socket gives me random timeouts when sending data.
I'm using sunit tests, so my socket is permanently connected and unconnected
(or rather: thrown away and assigning a new one).
so i keep on repeating my unit tests hoping that in one run no test will get
socket sendData: aString
without further threading.
I've seen another program use a write-thread and an output-queue, but i found
this extremely ugly, and moreover i felt like squeak should provide this
A dog's practice of continuously nuzzling in your crotch in
-- Rich Hall, "Sniglets"
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