Re: Singleton_pattern and Thread Safety
On Dec 10, 1:16 pm, Leigh Johnston <le...@i42.co.uk> wrote:
On 10/12/2010 09:52, James Kanze wrote:
On Dec 9, 5:05 pm, Marcel M ller<news.5.ma...@spamgourmet.com> wrote:
Pallav singh wrote:
Note that the above still risks order of destruction issues;
it's more common to not destruct the singleton ever, with
Singleton* ourInstance =&Singleton::instance();
if (ourInstance == NULL)
ourInstance = new Singleton;
(This solves both problems at once: initializing the variable
with a call to Singleton::instance and ensuring that the
singleton is never destructed.)
James "Cowboy" Kanze's OO designs includes objects that are never
destructed but leak instead?
And where do you see a leak?
Interesting. What utter laziness typical
of somebody who probably overuses (abuses) the singleton pattern.
A lot of unsupported accusations from someone whose postings
here show a remarkable lack of any knowledge of serious software
Singleton can be considered harmful (use rarely not routinely).
Does two or three in a program of 500KLoc count as "routinely"?
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