[LAD] RAUL or other libraries for real this time? ;-)

Iain Duncan iainduncanlists at gmail.com
Thu Nov 17 19:10:01 UTC 2011

Thanks Tim, I'll def check it out. What's the difference to a newbie like
myself between yours and the one in Jack?

Congrats btw, that's awesome that your work will be in boost!


On Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 2:09 AM, Tim Blechmann <tim at klingt.org> wrote:

> > part I need library help with is likely synchronization and
> > interprocess/interthread communication. ( ie do I use the jack
> ringbuffer?
> > Do I look at boost queue implementations? does RAUL have a higher level
> > convenience ring buffer?
> my boost.lockfree library has been accepted and will be shipped with future
> boost releases. it contains an mpmc-stack, an mpmc-queue and a wait-free
> spsc
> ringbuffer (same algorithm as the jack/kernel/supercollider ringbuffer).
> git repo: http://tim.klingt.org/git?p=boost_lockfree.git;a=summary
> (note that the addressing_reviews branch will be the one that will go into
> boost)
> cheers, tim
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