README for Thread::Pool
Create a group of threads to perform similar jobs, without having to start
and stop a thread for each job. It is intended to be used in situations
where the completion of similar jobs (e.g. fetching URL's or resolving
reverse DNS of IP-numbers) may take an indeterminate amount of time.
Using a pool of threads, these jobs can be executed more or less
0.33 20 September 2010
Checking the tool chain with perl5.13.5. Fixed some tests that were
failing because of Test::Harness not being able to cope with threaded
tests and some issues with pickyness of newer executors.
28 January 2004
Made sure the test-suite cleans up on multi-versioned systems.
0.32 28 December 2003
Added automatic required modules update using Devel::Required.
Check all the signalling going on and see whether they still make sense with
what I now know about cond_signal and cond_wait.
Think of other way to do streaming, possibly without having to lock the
result hash, as that seems to hold up stuff severely when there are more
than X threads at the same time trying to give their results.
Investigate whether Data::Dumper could serve as an alternative fo
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