From: Pavel Vozenilek (pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-06 16:32:01
"Jason Hise" wrote:
> Actually, something like this already exists.
> class MySingleton :
> public singleton_ex
> 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.
The problem is about inability of Windows to "merge"
static data from different DLLs into one place.
This results in more than one lifetime_priority queue
in single application, frex.
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