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Subject: [Boost-users] are boost::interprocess containers thread-safe?
From: blp330 (blp330_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-12-17 08:44:02
I must implement a multiple producer-consumer IPC application in win32 (but
will port to linux in near future). I am wondering whether the
boost::interprocess container like list, vector or map is thread-safe
(actually, interprocess-safe?) or I need to use lock in my producer-consumer
can Producer just simply put shared memory string to container and take it
from Consumer without any lock?
Or is there any multiple producer-consumer example that uses
Thanks a lot.
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