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From RickW <rick....@in-deptheng.com>
Subject Re: Interupting SubscriptionManager::run()
Date Tue, 14 Apr 2009 22:22:56 GMT

Yes it would work, stop can be called from any thread. It's a bit clunky
though. What would the ideal API for your task look like? A "doWork()"
function that does a bounded amount of work rather than blocking like

Yes. The API function I am trying to implement is

   processMessagesTimed(int milliseconds)

It processes messages for the specified interval and returns. So a runFor(interval) would
be ideal for me. But any version of run() that would eventually return would be OK, e.g. processAllOutstandingEvents(),
processOneEvent(). These are probably more generally useful.

 A file descriptor that could be polled for qpid activity? 

That would be nice, but probably overkill and non-portable. Just a boolean function to tell
me there is work to do would be helpful.
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