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Compiling LEDA for Multithreading

There are three flags which can be set at the end of <LEDAROOT> \ incl \ LEDA \ system.h:
LEDA_MEMORY_STD:
If this is set, the (standard) LEDA memory manager, which is not thread-safe, is used.
LEDA_MEMORY_SYS:
If this is set, the system memory management is used (new and delete) instead of the LEDA manager.
LEDA_MEMORY_MT:
If this is set, the multithreading LEDA memory management is used.
One of these flags must be set. If LEDA_MULTI_THREAD is not defined, LEDA_MEMORY_STD is used by default. Otherwise LEDA_MEMORY_SYS is the default and LEDA_MEMORY_MT can be used alternatively.

You have to edit <LEDAROOT> \ thread.h in order to include the right thread package (win32.h, posix.h, solaris.h, or cps.h).



Christian Uhrig 2017-04-07