I implemented multithreads support on Windows by using Engine.CreateEngineOutprocLoader(). But on Linux it seems that OutprocLoader is not supported.

Is there anyway to support multithreading access to the engine on Linux ?

asked 22 Apr '15, 14:25

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We have a detailed article about several ways in which you can utilize multiprocessing capabilities of your hardware configurations. This section outlines the possible usage scenarios and gives recommendations on choosing the particular multiprocessing mode for your task.

Please refer to the Help folder of the ABBYY FineReader Engine installation folder →FREngine folder→GuidedTour folder→ParallelProcessing.htm.

As for creating multithreading application with several Engine objects, we've created reclamation of type "Suggestion" and hope multithreading functionality will be implemented in one of future versions of FREngine. But, unfortunately, so far we do nоt have information when this feature will be available.


answered 24 Apr '15, 14:07

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