Date: 2001-11-28 13:20:35
--- In boost_at_y..., "Peter Dimov" <pdimov_at_m...> wrote:
> From: "Mac Murrett" <mmurrett_at_v...>
> > Also, should the implementation of this not be part of
> > would seem to me that implementing this would be part of porting
> > Boost.Threads to a new platform, and so it belongs there.
> It is my opinion that it belongs there as well, but Bill Kempf did
> when I brought this up.
This simply isn't true ;). I don't think that an atomic integer type
belongs there... at least not with out a lot of very careful
consideration about what such a type means. However, an atomic
reference counter (actually, a MT safe reference counter would be a
better description) is very much relevant to Boost.Threads. Just not
at this stage in it's life cycle.
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