Date: 2002-01-31 14:23:12
Author: david.abrahams (david.abrahams_at_[hidden]) at unix,mime
Date: 31/01/02 19:09
>...so you give newbies a "safe_mutex" on which scoped_lock works and for
>which there are no lock/unlock functions? Maybe I'm just getting hung up on
>the principle of the thing. After all, even experts are likely to use
>scoped_lock most often.
One of the things that most concerns me with the totally safe interface is
that if I want to unlock the mutex early and then re-aquire it later I
I have to create two mutex's :-( with all the extra complication that
entails in other functions .
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