From: Jason Hise (chaos_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-06 16:18:05
Pavel Antokolsky aka Zigmar wrote:
>On 5/6/05, Pavel Vozenilek <pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>Win32 DLLs would need some support - Windows does not resolve
>>statics when a DLL is loaded.
>>Either explicit registering of Singleton infrastructure from each DLL
>>would be needed or perhaps using shared segment.
>AFAIK there is no platform independent way to deal with shared memory,
>if that what you mean.
>Regarding the problem, I was thinking of some kind of way to specify
>the storage type manually.
>For example something like in this fictional example:
>class my_singleton : public boost::singleton_ex< my_singleton,
>static_lifetime, manual_storage >
>I'm not proposing such interface, but the idea is to allow to used to
>leave the storage object inside the Singleton uninitialized, and allow
>him to create it manually where he wants to (i.e. in shared memory or
>inside implementation file).
Actually, something like this already exists.
class MySingleton :
false, // throw if memory can't be allocated
some_shared_memory_allocator < MySingleton >
You would have to provide some_shared_memory_allocator, which would take
the form of a standard allocator policy.
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