Re: [AD] pushing events to queues

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On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 5:28 PM, Peter Wang <novalazy@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'd insist on maintaining the constraint that events can only be in a
> queue if the event source is registered with the queue, mainly so we
> don't return events from a queue after the event source has been
> destroyed.  Is that okay for whatever use case you have in mind?
I don't have any specific use cases in mind ... it's more of a
theoretical question. It seems like the function is missing from the
point of completeness. It was brought up recently on although
honestly I didn't quite follow why it would be useful in that case:

Ultimately, I think it's just a matter of convenience when you know
there is always a 1:1 relationship between emitters and listeners, or
you want to stuff a queue with a simulated event. I'm not sure that it
really provides any extra functionality, and if not then it's not
worth implementing if there are side effects or other seemingly
unhelpful limitations.

Matthew Leverton

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