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    AFAIK the new GCC 5 libstdc++ will support the...

    AFAIK the new GCC 5 libstdc++ will support the old and the new ABI at the same time. So Valve has to update their shipped libstdc++ in the "Steam Runtime" and all developers can use GCC5 with the new...
  2. Thank you very much. These Blogposts very indeed...

    Thank you very much. These Blogposts very indeed helpful.

    But what is not covered there is the case when I want to ship a binary package compiled with GCC 5 and the new ABI.
    Of course it will run...
  3. The new string-implementation is the most...

    The new string-implementation is the most important feature for me in GCC 5.0. I wonder why not more information is spread on that topic (not mentioned in Michael's article, either). The...
  4. It only feels complex if you are not used to....

    It only feels complex if you are not used to. Programming with multiple threads is also more complex than single-threaded applications. But the benefit is worth the effort.
    I have worked with big...
  5. Because epoll, select and poll only works...

    Because epoll, select and poll only works properly with sockets and not with files on Linux.

    Having blocking threads doing the read/write operations does not scale.
    An asynchronous reactor- or...
  6. IMHO asynchronous file I/O is still a mess on...

    IMHO asynchronous file I/O is still a mess on Linux.

    As already stated in this thread the POSIX-AIO is implemented in user-space with a pool of blocking threads. The reason why it is not using the...
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