[concurrency-interest] preFork() protected method in ForkJoinTask

Doug Lea dl at cs.oswego.edu
Wed Jan 19 06:59:06 EST 2011

> On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 3:55 AM, Antoine CHAMBILLE <ach at quartetfs.com>
> wrote:
> We have at least one use case for that: when some fork join tasks call
> legacy code that rely on thread local contexts it would be nice to
> subclass
> a fork join task that reads the thread local context ...

We do supply a different way to get this kind of effect, at
least sometimes: You can subclass ForkJoinWorkerThread and
supply a factory so that your threads are used in a given pool.
If these threads can be made to hold the needed, you are OK.


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