Subject: Re: [boost] [compond_file_binary] Gauging interest in a possible library submission.
From: Alexander Voitenko (tarmik_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-12-05 09:53:14
>The MS implementation achieves this using the transactional
> mechanisms, which moves the responsibility for making it concurrency safe
> into user land. Essentially every write creates a new subtree (stream),
> which then is made current by a single atomic write operation,
> the previous version of the data.
This sounds right. Before I never used compound files in transactional mode,
so additional investigations are needed.
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