Punchclock 3.4.143

dotnet add package Punchclock --version 3.4.143
NuGet\Install-Package Punchclock -Version 3.4.143
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<PackageReference Include="Punchclock" Version="3.4.143" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Punchclock --version 3.4.143
#r "nuget: Punchclock, 3.4.143"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install Punchclock as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Punchclock&version=3.4.143

// Install Punchclock as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Punchclock&version=3.4.143

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Punchclock: A library for managing concurrent operations

Punchclock is the low-level scheduling and prioritization library used by Fusillade to orchestrate pending concurrent operations.

What even does that mean?

Ok, so you've got a shiny mobile phone app and you've got async/await. Awesome! It's so easy to issue network requests, why not do it all the time? After your users one-:star2: you for your app being slow, you discover that you're issuing way too many requests at the same time.

Then, you try to manage issuing less requests by hand, and it becomes a spaghetti mess as different parts of your app reach into each other to try to figure out who's doing what. Let's figure out a better way.

So many words, gimme the examples

var wc = new WebClient();
var opQueue = new OperationQueue(2 /*at a time*/);

// Download a bunch of images
var foo = opQueue.Enqueue(1, 
    () => wc.DownloadFile("https://example.com/foo.jpg", "foo.jpg"));
var bar = opQueue.Enqueue(1, 
    () => wc.DownloadFile("https://example.com/bar.jpg", "bar.jpg"));
var baz = opQueue.Enqueue(1, 
    () => wc.DownloadFile("https://example.com/baz.jpg", "baz.jpg"));
var bamf = opQueue.Enqueue(1, 
    () => wc.DownloadFile("https://example.com/bamf.jpg", "bamf.jpg"));

// We'll be downloading the images two at a time, even though we started 
// them all at once
await Task.WaitAll(foo, bar, baz, bamf);

Now, in a completely different part of your app, if you need something right away, you can specify it via the priority:

// This file is super important, we don't care if it cuts in line in front
// of some images or other stuff
var wc = new WebClient();
await opQueue.Enqueue(10 /* It's Important */, 
    () => wc.DownloadFileTaskAsync("http://example.com/cool.txt", "./cool.txt"));

What else can this library do

  • Cancellation via CancellationTokens or via Observables
  • Ensure certain operations don't run concurrently via a key
  • Queue pause / resume


Punchclock is developed under an OSI-approved open source license, making it freely usable and distributable, even for commercial use. Because of our Open Collective model for funding and transparency, we are able to funnel support and funds through to our contributors and community. We ❤ the people who are involved in this project, and we’d love to have you on board, especially if you are just getting started or have never contributed to open-source before.

So here's to you, lovely person who wants to join us — this is how you can support us:

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