The Delphi Geek – High-level OmniThreadLibrary parallelism (i.e. the OtlParallel unit) is great when you are running mostly independent parts of code but what can you do when you want to communicate with the main thread from a task? A few weeks ago my answer would be along the lines of setting communication channel manually or dropping down to low-level parallelism (i.e. the CreateTask) but both are very complicated solutions. There was certainly a room for better solution. Since the release 910, released on April 17th, OtlParallel contains much simpler way to configure tasks and to set them up for ...
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