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Multi threading under OS X

Posted on 2004-10-22
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Hi All,

I want to use multi threading under MAC OS X using carbon (not cocoa).
What Mac library should I use?
Or any other C++ library that can be implemented under OS X.
I code with codeWarrior (C/C++)
I need sample code if possible?

BT
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    The Carbon Thread Manager APIs provide cooperative multithreading
    using the old-style Mac OS multithreading model:

    http://developer.apple.com/documentation/Carbon/Reference/Thread_Manager/index.html


    There are also the POSIX compatible threads libraries.  But keep in mind that many of the
    Carbon libraries (like Human Interface Toolbox functions) are not tolerant of preemptive
    threads

    man pthreads

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