Kernel events without kevents
Posted Mar 16, 2007 20:45 UTC (Fri) by mikov
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I am not sure what you mean about not knowing which object was signalled with WaitForMultipleObjects(). It is right there in the documentation:
The return value WAIT_OBJECT_0+index indicates that object index was signalled.
In general there is no arguing that Win32's handling of async IO, threads, synchronization, etc is very self consistent and sadly still quite ahead of the situation in Linux. Win32 is at least 14 years old and has had all that from the beginning, but we still can't quite catch up ...
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