Subject: [boost] thread_safe_ptr class interest request
From: Philippe Vaucher (philippe.vaucher_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-07-28 09:44:52
I've made a thread_safe_ptr class available at http://codepad.org/PxDEGaFm
The idea is to use it like so:
std::string data = "Hello world;";
*data_ptr = "yeah";
Do you see an obvious show-stopper for me not to continue developping this
What's still to be done is worry about ownership of objects, my idea is to
eventually somewhat model it after boost::shared_ptr that way it's easier to
pass those around.
When I'll be satisfied with the result, my plan is to "boostify" it
(namespaces, license etc) and maybe propose it for inclusion in the smart
What are your thoughts?
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