From: Andreas Huber (ah2003_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-16 12:33:43
Peter Dimov wrote:
> Sean Kelly wrote:
>> The user could delete the object passed to boost::thread with the
>> existing design and there would be no provision for calling join.
> I think that you are wrong. A boost::thread makes a copy of its
> function object. The user can't delete it.
I think he meant the object indirectly referenced by boost::function:
MyActiveObject pActive = new MyActiveObject();
boost::thread myThread( boost::function< void () >(
boost::bind( &MyActiveObject::Run, pActive ) ) );
It's questionable however, whether it's a good idea not to use a smart
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