Diffstat (limited to 'misc/thread_pool.c')
1 files changed, 0 insertions, 17 deletions
diff --git a/misc/thread_pool.c b/misc/thread_pool.c
index 766d72d87b..26c3861f1b 100644
@@ -147,16 +147,6 @@ static void add_thread(struct mp_thread_pool *pool)
MP_TARRAY_APPEND(pool, pool->threads, pool->num_threads, thread);
-// Create a thread pool with the given number of worker threads. This can return
-// NULL if the worker threads could not be created. The thread pool can be
-// destroyed with talloc_free(pool), or indirectly with talloc_free(ta_parent).
-// If there are still work items on freeing, it will block until all work items
-// are done, and the threads terminate.
-// init_threads is the number of threads created in this function (and it fails
-// if it could not be done). min_threads must be >=, if it's >, then the
-// remaining threads will be created on demand, but never destroyed.
-// If init_threads > 0, then mp_thread_pool_queue() can never fail.
-// If init_threads == 0, mp_thread_pool_create() itself can never fail.
struct mp_thread_pool *mp_thread_pool_create(void *ta_parent, int init_threads,
int min_threads, int max_threads)
@@ -185,13 +175,6 @@ struct mp_thread_pool *mp_thread_pool_create(void *ta_parent, int init_threads,
-// Queue a function to be run on a worker thread: fn(fn_ctx)
-// If no worker thread is currently available, it's appended to a list in memory
-// with unbounded size. This function always returns immediately.
-// Concurrent queue calls are allowed, as long as it does not overlap with
-// pool destruction.
-// This function is explicitly thread-safe.
-// Cannot fail if thread pool was created with at least 1 thread.
bool mp_thread_pool_queue(struct mp_thread_pool *pool, void (*fn)(void *ctx),