Subject: Re: [boost] [task] functor passed to a boost::task::task not always destroyed?
Date: 2009-08-25 16:30:39
I've added a new version to boost vault - it should fix the problem.
Am Dienstag 25 August 2009 11:48:11 schrieb Harald Winroth:
> I wrote a short test program to check that each copy construction of a
> functor passed to a boost::task::task
> and boost::task::async was balanced by a corresponding destructor
> call. This is indeed the case when the
> task is run in a thread pool but it seems as if one destructor call is
> missing when the task is submitted to
> to boost::task::async with a boost::task::new_thread execution policy.
> Here is the a short test program and the resulting output. For
> comparison, the same functor is also passed
> directly to a boost::thread, which behaves as expected. The program
> was compiled using Visual C++ 2005 (SP1),
> and boost 1.39.0 with the latest Boost.Task library from the vault dropped
> Any ideas? Am I missing something?
> Best regards
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