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Hi guys,
   I work on linux with the language C++. But use the pthread C APIs on linux is very hard to the work, so is anyboy can supply a open code encapsulated by the c++ language like java Thread class!
Thank you!
Posted 25-Aug-11 21:41pm
Eugen Podsypalnikov at 26-Aug-11 2:52am
Would be QT thinkable for you ? :)
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C++0x (wll be C++11 soon) has in its specification a <thread> header that provides just that interface.
Boost Thread was the inspirer of that header, but -being written for C++03- does not fully comply anymore to the evolving standard.
Unfortunately not all the compilers support (yet) the thread library. Boost itself changed its Thread library to be more "affine" to the 0x specs, breaking part of preexisting code ...
Today is probably the best choice, but in a near future the standard implementation should be available.
Moving from the actual boost::thread to std::thread should not be complicated so ... stay tuned!
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Solution 1

Have a look at boost's Thread[^] library.
SAKryukov at 26-Aug-11 3:00am
Using boost library is often a good idea due to their multiplatform nature and quality. My 5.
CPallini at 26-Aug-11 3:07am
But, I should have mentioned, is not Java-like.
BTW thank you.

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