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Re^4: Thread::Apartment, how do I use main:: subs?

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on May 20, 2009 at 01:07 UTC ( #765082=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: Thread::Apartment, how do I use main:: subs?
in thread Thread::Apartment, how do I use main:: subs?

My app is running at 400MB right now and it hardly does more than load.

I found the same thing when I played with T::A a year or two ago. Huge memory usage and glacial speed for relatively little gain.

In my experience, nearly everything you want to do with threads is easier, lighter and faster using threads directly. So long as you're not wedded to everything being OO, there is rarely a genuine need to pass complex objects around between threads.

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[stevieb]: I'm learning that no matter how good a piece of software is at what it's supposed to do, it's a piece of shit without providing any API documentation. (Talking about C++ here currently). Seriously... write software for an embedded platform and make...
[stevieb]: guess based on the sparse examples, and the header files that are spread out illogically?
[stevieb]: document the public facing functions/methods people... ALL OF THEM.

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