From: Stefan Seefeld (seefeld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-28 08:30:02
David Abrahams wrote:
> Seems to me that if we have "detach()," it we should be asking whether a
> thread is "attached()," rather than "joinable()." Our documentation
> says "if *this refers to a thread of execution..." all over it, which
> would seem to indicate that joinable() is an important question even
> when you're not about to join().
I find this phrasing a bit strange. 'thread of execution' sounds like a
Is the 'main' thread not a 'thread of execution' ? (And even if no
threads are spawned at all ?)
If what is referred to is actually an object (as hinted to by the use of
'*this', it should be clear by use of an appropriate (type) name
('thread', instead of 'thread of execution').
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