From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-13 04:47:05
> How does call_once work? Does it maintain a separate mutex for each
> unique function pointer passed in, or is there only one global mutex
> shared by all calls to call_once? In other words, can call_once(foo,
> flag) block call_once(bar, flag2)?
The mutex is unique to both the calling process and the call_once flag, but
not the function pointer (however there should always be a one to one
correspondence between the once-flag and the function pointer).
Hope this makes sense,
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