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Edit: The option name was renamed to "user_tasks". Updated the URL.

Dearest Perl Monks,

A upcoming Many-core Engine for Perl (MCE) release 1.2 is near completion. The release will support tasklets. The question I have is should the new option name stay "tasklets" or be named "sets" or something else?

use threads; use threads::shared; use MCE; my $mce = MCE->new( input_data => \@ip_list, chunk_size => 500, tasklets => [{ max_workers => 8, use_threads => 0, user_func => \&pinger },{ max_workers => 48, use_threads => 1, user_func => \&poller },{ max_workers => 8, use_threads => 1, user_func => \&db }] ); $mce->run();

After some thought, I'm thinking that "tasklets" is fitting here? But maybe "sets" is fitting. Yikes, just coming up with the name for the new option is harder than I had imagined.

Thanks, Mario

In reply to Need suggestion on option name for upcoming MCE 1.2 release [SOLVED] by marioroy

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