Other Thread Modules
Thread barriers provide a mechanism for synchronization of multiple threads.
All threads issuing a wait on the barrier will block until the count of
waiting threads meets some threshold value.
A thread-safe data structure that mimics the behaviour of a conveyor belt.
One or more worker threads can put boxes with frozen values and references
on one end of the belt to be taken off by one or more worker threads on the
other end of the belt to be thawed and returned.
Allows you to find out where your threaded application may be deadlocked.
perl -MThread::Deadlock program
Adds three features to threads. 1) exit() behaves like return(). 2) It is
possible to specify thread local BEGIN equivalent. 3) And END equivalent.
Tries to reduce the memory copied when a new thread is loaded, all modules
except for the requested ones are removed from a new thread.
Allows you to set up a group of (worker) threads to execute a (large) number
of similar jobs that need to be executed asynchronously.
Allows you to create repeatable random sequences between different threads.
Without it, repeatable random sequences can only be created within a thread.
Adds three features to threads. 1) you can check whether a thread is
running, 2) whether it can be joined or 3) whether it has exited without
waiting for that thread to be finished. Non-blocking.
Suspend and resume threads from another thread.
Exports useit and noit pragmas.