From: Roland (roland.schwarz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-12-18 13:37:15
(Michael Glassford <glassfordm_at_[hidden]>) wrote:
> Michael Glassford wrote:
> > Roland wrote:
> >> I found myself, posting a suspected bug in the (Windows)TLS code...
> > What suspected bug in the Windows TLS code did you report? I don't
> > remember it, unless you mean that you consider not being able to link
> > the Boost.Thread library a bug.
> I never noticed an answer to this question. What was the TLS bug you
Oh, this might be due to my unfortunate quoting style. My message (the very same
upon you were asking this question) contained a copy of the original bug description.
I requote the relevant part:
"Problem: When using release on a tss variable, the associated cleanup routine seems not to
be updated correctly as it tries to delete the original pointer, instead of the 0-pointer."
I accompanied this with a small example that displays the error. I am assuming, that calling
release should relinquish control of the contained pointer, but in fact it does not, which results
in doubly freeing the data.
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