Date: 2006-06-08 18:58:14
> Um. Maybe I'm missing something here, but this doesn't make any
> sense to
> me at all. The whole point of scoped_lock is that the lifetime of the
> mutex and scoped_lock lifetimes are *different*. Furthermore,
> you're not
> actually locking anything with your Lock class... you'd simply get a
> different mutex for each instance of Lock you create.
> In short: You'd need two wrapper classes, one for scoped_lock and one
> for mutex. Which means you might as well just use boost::mutex and
That was it exactly ... makes perfect sense, and now my unit test
works. Many thanks!
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