Vladimir Panteleev <> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Vladimir Panteleev <> 2011-08-23 
22:15:02 PDT ---
Heh, the coveted One True Event Loop... unless you can get select() and
whatever synchronization primitives various platforms use to play together,
this isn't going to happen. Since you've decided to mention that you work for
Microsoft, let's look at Windows specifically - I don't see a
WSASelectAndWaitForMultipleObjects function anywhere. You'll just need to put
your event loops in different threads and make one pass its events to whichever
you pick as your "main" one (or alternatively, use a lock on the global state
and process events in the same thread).

If anyone has any realistic ideas, feel free to reopen.

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