From: Atry (pop.atry_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-23 12:40:30
Clark Sims wrote:
> I used the boost scoped_lock, and shared_ptr classes, to create 2 template classes which provide threadsafe access to a singleton class.
> I also included the example of a singleton class which has a destructor.
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If your code is an library, you should only access these objects passing
at constructor or initialize method. If your code is executable, or
something begin at a entry point, you should allocate any objects in
your entry point function, and pass them to low level library.
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