On 28/11/2014 at 02:47, xxxxxxxx wrote:
theoretically it is possible to use std::thread. But we won't be able to support you with this.
I personally never tried this, but I guess, there are numerous pitfalls. Beginning with project setup and configuration (by default exceptions are disabled in example plugin projects) and then with the exceptions themselves. It is not easy at all, to handle exceptions correctly in a multithreaded environment. For example any cleanup needed after an exception can cause a plethora of bugs, if not done correctly.
Please understand, that it's not easy for me to answer this question. I don't know your skills, nor do I know, what you are trying to achieve in the end. Thus I can not recommend to try this and I have to stress once again, that the SDK Support Team can not help with this. It is simply beyond our scope. Sorry.