Tamer is a C++ language extension and library that simplifies event-driven programming. Functions in Tamer can block to wait for an event, then resume computation later. While one function is blocked, other functions can continue their computation. This is as easy as threaded programming, but avoids most synchronization and locking issues and generally requires less memory.

Most documented Tamer functions and classes can be found under the "Namespaces" and "Classes" tabs.

Main Tamer page

Generated on Wed Aug 22 17:55:29 2007 for Tamer by  doxygen 1.5.1