Mail Archives: djgpp/1993/11/02/18:24:48

From: alane AT wozzle DOT linet DOT org
Subject: Re: AETSK: What kind of scheduler?
To: imageek!SLINKY.CS.NYU.EDU!max (David Max)
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 1993 17:32:56 -0500 (EST)
Cc: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu

>    I have a programming class where we have to write multiprocess
> programs using semaphores. I would like to use the tasking library
> for this. However, one prerequisite for using any package alllowed
> for the assignment is that it must use a pre-emptive scheduler and 
> not a couroutine based implementation.
>    Does the aetsk101 library use a pre-emptive scheduler?
No, mine is coroutine based. Look for on your local
bbs. It's a really nice, free, preemptive kernel. (There may be
a later version by now ...). You could write a C++ wrapper on top
of it, of course, if you wanted. 

J. Alan Eldridge (alane AT wozzle DOT linet DOT org)

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