Launch Thread Performance
Comparing performance of a task queued to an existing thread vs. new thread for each task.
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|6fda31d7||2017-11-28 10:53:14||Eric Hopper||I'm wrong. You don't need hg-git after all. Back it out.|
|5fc438bf||2017-11-28 10:50:55||Eric Hopper||Mentioning needing hg-git in README.|
|be5c4a1b||2017-09-01 03:07:52||Eric Hopper||Make magnitude of numbers more easily compared by setting...|
|409f9b96||2017-06-03 09:47:40||Eric Hopper||Add in system for selecting subset of tests.|
|76283aa8||2017-06-03 09:47:21||Eric Hopper||auto return type not supported for lambda in C++11.|
|55a9fdf1||2017-04-04 08:49:33||Eric Hopper||Put instructions on how to run in README.md|
|4c237678||2017-04-04 08:45:36||Eric Hopper||Added a Makefile so people could just run make to get res...|
|38cf800e||2017-04-04 06:12:29||Eric Hopper||Use git repo directly instead of through hg-git.|
|e809e706||2017-03-24 06:22:53||Eric Hopper||Add a README to explain what this is about.|
|61272ca0||2017-03-24 06:15:58||Eric Hopper||Ignore what I've currently called the executable.|
A simple little program to test various ways to call functions to see how much
overhead they introduce.
One way is to have a worker thread and communicate to it with a queue. For this
I use the lock-free queue implementation from
This is a git subrepo, so you will also need git to check it out.
To run this on a system with make and a program that calls itself g++ and
accepts g++ flags, just type
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