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From: Sohail Somani (s.somani_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-30 16:06:10

> -----Original Message-----
> No, this isn't normal. shared_ptr should work even if you
> don't do (1) or
> (2), with one exception: the plugin that created a shared_ptr
> needs to be
> present in memory when the last copy of this shared_ptr is destroyed
> (because the creator plugin contains the destructor code.) So
> if you don't
> unload plugins dynamically, it _should_ work. If it doesn't,
> try to isolate
> a simple example for us to investigate.

How will it work if the main program is linked against the
multi-threaded dll and some other library the single-threaded, but the
object that was created in the MT-linked dll is deleted by the one in
the ST-dll?

Wouldn't different deletes be called?

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