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SObjectizer is a small tool for simplification of development of multithreaded and concurrent applications in C++. It was used for projects of various sizes: from very small utilities to large distributed and highly loaded applications.

SObjectizer is strongly influenced by agent-oriented approach. It allows to organize an application as an aggregate of agents whose interact each other only by asynchronous messages. SObjectizer takes responsibility of in-process message dispatching and providing working context for message processing. And allows to tune those things by supplying various ready-to-use dispatchers just out-of-box.

For long time SObjectizer was an in-house product of Intervale, but now it is an OpenSource projects.

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actormodel c++ c++11 concurrency cplusplus cross_platform event eventdispatcher framework messagepassing messagepassingprogrammng multithreading

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