thiago at kde.org
Fri Feb 9 09:37:51 PST 2007
Havoc Pennington wrote:
>I think it's pretty useful to have a dispatch or read_write thread, and
>still send from other threads. You are probably right that flush()
>doesn't make sense in this context, but perhaps we at least should make
>send() wake up the thread blocking in read_write, or something like
>Another approach, we could separate the lock on the socket into a
>read-from-socket lock and a write-to-socket lock in theory, though in
>practice with the current code structure this would be painful.
That means watching one other fd for reading (a pipe, so that you can wake
up from select(2)).
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