Re: Is this thread-safe?
"crashes" is such an overused and ambiguous term. Please explain what it really looks like to "crash" in that function. What
thread activity leads you to believe that this is a question of thread safety? I don't see any attempts in your code to ensure
thread safety, so I'd say it isn't. But you haven't explained why you think multi-threading is relevant to the problem.
unsigned int __stdcall cDisplay_Thread::Manage_Display(void *arg)
CDemoView *v = (CDemoView*) arg;
if (v->GetDocument()->m_strRecv.GetLength() != 0)
Is this code snippet above thread safe?
This crashes on v->UpdateData(FALSE); (Doing DataExchange)
v is CFormView
The GetDocument function above it just works fine..
I tried to declare a member variable in cDisplay_Thread::Manage_Display, but
I can't keep it persistant.... Any comments?
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