U?ytkownik "Shashank Date" <sdate / everestkc.net> napisa? w wiadomo?ci
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> "wit" <wit7777bezspamu / poczta.onet.pl> wrote in message
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> > Is it possible to create Ruby (maybe with some C code) multithreaded
> > application on Win32 without blocking the whole app. when
> > waiting for/sending data over http?
>
> I am not qualified to answer that specific question (since I never played
> with
> sending  data over HTTP in a mutli-threaded app), but Richard Kilmer may
> have
> already addressed that issue.  In general, though, I have written
> multi-threaded
> apps in Ruby and with minor tweaks, they have worked fine.
>
> I urge you to take a look at Park Heesob's win32_popen on RAA, if you are
> looking for "popen" (spawning subprocesses with accessible I/O streams)
> like functionality:
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> http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=win32_popen
>

I will look at that...

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> Also, if you can wait for some time (Matz knows how long) , I think, we
will
> have this functionality for Windows available within the language.
>
> Hang on for a while ...
>
> -- shanko
>

Thanks.
I will begin development in october so I can only wait 2 months.
Maybe Matz will give us more info on Rite...

wit