Programming with POSIX threads David R. Butenhof
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
From http://www.geeks3d.com/20100418/game-engine-multi-threading-programming-resources/Here is a collection of links that can be useful for multithreaded programming. Multi-Threading: Deadlock Tracer Utility: Tracing deadlocks in multi-threaded applications. Each thread Completing this assignment provided a great introduction to parallel programming, Monte Carlo simulations, and the Posix Threads API. For embedded developers, that means C/C++ and libraries, mainly POSIX threads. The easiest way I found to visualize the runtime behavior of POSIX threads is the combination of EzTrace and ViTE. POSIX semaphores Userland Programming & Scripting. This was the fifth and final day of my course in Advanced C++ and Threads Programming in Nanjing. A challenge of the assignment included learning the POSIX Threads API. Grand Central Dispatch, or GCD, is a technology designed to let programmers easily harness the power of multi-core processors. Be useful for profiling multithreaded apps. Both are available in Debian: $ sudo aptitude install eztrace vite. Introduction to Multi-Threaded Programming: A description of POSIX thread basics for C programmers. I remember when working with POSIX threads (pthread(3)) that I used some kind of flag that was available on FreeBSD but not on Linux. The charter of the group is to collect the best known methods of programming practices using today's technology.