cheremin at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 18:32:13 EST 2012
I think, PriorityBlockingQueue with ability for changing priorities is
rather exotic case, to be part of JDK. It seems more like good chance
for third party lib...
Offtop: You have really good live, in Greece. Here, in Russia,
shouting does not help against cousins. Only shooting. May be. Didn't
try yet... :)
2012/1/12 Dr Heinz M. Kabutz <heinz at javaspecialists.eu>:
> What would really like to see is a PriorityBlockingQueue that can upgrade
> priorities over time. Living in Greece, we have a lot of priority queues.
> If your cousin works in the department that does electricity connections,
> you go to the front of the queue. If you are a nobody (like me), you get
> left at the back of the queue and if enough people with cousin's arrive, you
> never get serviced. In real life you can start shouting and that increases
> your priority, but in the PriorityBlockingQueue, you can get starvation of
> low-priority jobs that then never get done.
> I don't think increasing the priority of a job in the queue would work in
> the current implementation.
> Dr Heinz M. Kabutz (PhD CompSci)
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> On 1/12/12 12:30 AM, Adrian Tarau wrote:
>> It would be really great if a PriorityBlockingDeque will be available in
>> the JDK. Any recomandations for an external library?
>> Adrian Tarau.
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