Subject: Re: [boost] [msm] deferral stack overfolw
From: Richard Szabo (sz.richard_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-11-24 20:35:08
I don't really see the reason of this in your logic
> - step3, we just processed event4, do we have a deferred event? Yes, event3,
> try it again.
I think evaluation of deferred events has to be done when the state
has changed and not at each event processing.
the event shall be staying deferred as long as the state / states are
the same and shall be reprocessed after a state change.
so for me :
- step3, we just processed event4, is state changed and do we have a
deferred event? No, event3, stays in deferred queue.
This would solve the problem from my other example as well.
On 24 November 2011 23:02, Christophe Henry
>> Hi Christophe
>> just playing around with event deferral I have found a problem which
>> leads to a stack overflow it ends in an infinite loop if I want to
>> defer 2 events in the same state.
>> see attached example it somehow similar to the problem we had earlier
>> but that was fixed ...
>> I have ran this test on MSM trunk version from yesterday.
> Hi Richard,
> interesting case, I didn't think about it. It's not deferring any 2 events
> but these 2 events in this order which creates the overflow.
> - step 1, event3 is processed and deferred
> - step 2, event4 is processed and deferred
> - step4, event3 is deferred again, do we have more? Yes, event4
> I need to think more about it, this one is hard.
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