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Timestamp:
Mar 4, 2008 3:31:13 PM (14 years ago)
Author:
bennylp
Message:

Ticket #501: Set master port worker thread priority to highest by default

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  • pjproject/trunk/pjmedia/include/pjmedia/clock.h

    r974 r1843  
    6363     * #pjmedia_clock_wait() in order to synchronize timing. 
    6464     */ 
    65     PJMEDIA_CLOCK_NO_ASYNC  = 1 
     65    PJMEDIA_CLOCK_NO_ASYNC  = 1, 
     66 
     67    /** 
     68     * Prevent the clock from setting it's thread to highest priority. 
     69     */ 
     70    PJMEDIA_CLOCK_NO_HIGHEST_PRIO = 2 
    6671}; 
    6772 
     
    8792 *                          along with clock_rate, specifies the interval 
    8893 *                          of each clock run (or clock ticks). 
    89  * @param options           By default, the callback will be called  
    90  *                          asynchronously (depending on the clock  
    91  *                          implementation backend, a thread may be  
    92  *                          created). If PJMEDIA_CLOCK_NO_ASYNC is set, 
    93  *                          application must poll the clock with  
    94  *                          #pjmedia_clock_wait() to let the clock runs. 
     94 * @param options           Bitmask of pjmedia_clock_options. 
    9595 * @param cb                Callback to be called for each clock tick. 
    9696 * @param user_data         User data, which will be passed to the callback. 
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