From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-19 06:18:59
> Now, without knowing anything about how ctor, dtor, push and pop are
> implemented, what can be done? Adding allocator as a parameter just like
> a std::container;
beside using an stl-style allocator it might makes sense to use a caching
> making a version that includes a monitor (so that pop blocks rather than
> returns false) and so forth.
i would be careful with that ... one would need to make sure, that the
monitor/semaphore implementation is lock-free itself ...
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