From: Alexander Terekhov (terekhov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-19 12:55:38
Peter Dimov wrote:
> I must admit that I didn't expect even for p to be different across threads.
Not doing so would probably "violate" a rather nice axiom stated
in the 1.7/1. ``Every byte has a unique address.'' ;-) Seriously,
TLS shall not be "private"; similar to automatic storage duration,
an object with thread-local storage duration shall be accessible
by all threads... after the *owner* thread has "published" its
address. And, BTW, lazy-vs-eager allocation/creation is another
rather interesting issue...
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