From: Pavel Vozenilek (pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-12-30 01:27:05
"Dan W." <danw_at_[hidden]>
> Might make a nice addition to the thread library....
> Call create_double_buffer<my_buff_t>( new my_buff_t, new my_buff_t )
This is exception unsafe, btw.
> Once done, it simply lets the shared_ptr go out of scope. This triggers a
> mechanism (via custom deleter calling double_buffer::operator()()) that
> the buffer along from the producer checkout and makes it available to the
Is this similar to 'synchronized' library:
Can you please explain in detail how thread safety is reached without using
mutexes? Is it because shared_ptr<> uses mutex inside? Is it safe against
compiler optimizations and CPU cache effects?
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