runtime_loader Class



This feature is deprecated and will be removed in the future.

Class for run time control over the loading of an Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) dynamic library.


class runtime_loader;


namespace tbb {
 class runtime_loader {
 // Error codes.
 enum error_code {
 ec_ok, // No errors.
 ec_bad_call, // Invalid function call.
 ec_bad_arg, // Invalid argument passed.
 ec_bad_lib, // Invalid library found.
 ec_bad_ver, // The library found is not suitable.
 ec_no_lib // No library found.
 // Error mode constants.
 enum error_mode {
 em_status, // Save status of operation and continue.
 em_throw, // Throw an exception of error_code type.
 em_abort // Print message to stderr, and abort().
 runtime_loader( error_mode mode = em_abort );
 char const *path[],
 // List of directories to search in.
 // Minimal suitable version
 int max_ver = INT_MAX,
 // Maximal suitable version
 error_mode mode = em_abort
 // Error mode for this instance.
 error_code load(
 char const * path[],
 int max_ver = INT_MAX
 error_code status();
The following table provides additional information on the members of this class.
Member Description
runtime_loader( error_mode mode = em_abort )

Initialize runtime_loader but do not load a library.

runtime_loader(char const * path[], int min_ver = TBB_INTERFACE_VERSION, int max_ver = INT_MAX, error_mode mode = em_abort )

Requirements: The last element of path[] must be NULL.

Effects: Initialize runtime_loader and load Intel® TBB (see load() for details). If error mode equals to em_status, the method status() can be used to check whether the library was loaded or not. If error mode equals to em_throw, in case of a failure an exception of type error_code will be thrown. If error mode equals to em_abort, in case of a failure a message will be printed to stderr, and execution aborted.

error_code load(char const * path[],int min_ver = TBB_INTERFACE_VERSION, int max_ver = INT_MAX) More Info
error_code status()

Returns: If error mode is em_status, the function returns status of the last operation.

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