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From: Doug Gregor (dgregor_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-16 09:16:11

On Dec 15, 2004, at 5:40 PM, Doug Gregor wrote:

> On Dec 6, 2004, at 4:03 PM, Neal Coombes wrote:
>> I have been experiencing some strange behaviour (on Solaris 2.9
>> intel) with the signals::trackable object. I'm using it on all my
>> objects that connect to signals and it doesn't seem to disconnect the
>> signals consistently on destroyed objects (these objects are publicly
>> and virtually derived from trackable). I've worked around the
>> problem by manually disconnecting from all signals in the objects
>> destructors.
>> I'm having a very hard time making a small example program to
>> demonstrate this behaviour (but I am working on it :). In the
>> meantime if anyone else has experienced this kind of behaviour or has
>> any information that might help, it would be greatly appreciated.
> I now have a test case that exhibits the problem and am looking into
> the problem.
> Doug

Scratch that. I _don't_ have a test case that exhibits the problem.
Even the signals torture test (random_signal_system) isn't detecting
any problems. *If* you have some spare time, it might help if you could
build the random_signal_system test (in libs/signals/test) from CVS and
run it as

        ./random_signal_system 500 0.01 10000

  If the final BOOST_TEST doesn't throw, then we haven't duplicated the
problem :(


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