New paper: N3533, C++ Concurrent Queues—Lawrence Crowl and Chris Mysen

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Document number: N3533

Date: 2013-03-12

C++ Concurrent Queues

by Lawrence Crowl and Chris Mysen

Excerpt:

This paper revises N3434 = 12-0043 - 2012-01-14 as follows.

  • Add more exposition.
  • Provide separate non-blocking operations.

  • Add a section on the lock-free queues.
  • Argue against push-back operations.

  • Add a cautionary note on the usefulness of is_closed().
  • Expand the cautionary note on the usefulness of is_empty(). Add is_full().

  • Add a subsection on element type requirements.
  • Add a subsection on exception handling.

  • Clarify ordering constraints on the interface.
  • Add a subsection on a lock-free concrete queue.

  • Add a section on content iterators, distinct from the existing streaming iterators section.
  • Swap front and back names, as requested.

  • General expository cleanup.
  • Add an 'Revision History' section.

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