Struct rayon_core::ScopeFifo

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pub struct ScopeFifo<'scope> { /* private fields */ }
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Represents a fork-join scope which can be used to spawn any number of tasks. Those spawned from the same thread are prioritized in relative FIFO order. See scope_fifo() for more information.

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impl<'scope> ScopeFifo<'scope>

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pub fn spawn_fifo<BODY>(&self, body: BODY)where BODY: FnOnce(&ScopeFifo<'scope>) + Send + 'scope,

Spawns a job into the fork-join scope self. This job will execute sometime before the fork-join scope completes. The job is specified as a closure, and this closure receives its own reference to the scope self as argument. This can be used to inject new jobs into self.

See also

This method is akin to Scope::spawn(), but with a FIFO priority. The scope_fifo function has more details about this distinction.

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impl<'scope> Debug for ScopeFifo<'scope>

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fn fmt(&self, fmt: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

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impl<'scope> !RefUnwindSafe for ScopeFifo<'scope>

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impl<'scope> Send for ScopeFifo<'scope>

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impl<'scope> Sync for ScopeFifo<'scope>

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impl<'scope> Unpin for ScopeFifo<'scope>

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impl<'scope> !UnwindSafe for ScopeFifo<'scope>

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