Re: Threadsafe singletons
Matthias Hofmann wrote:
"David Barrett-Lennard" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
BTW I also suggest you use a proper string member rather
than simply alias a null terminated string with a char
pointer. It's rather dangerous.
What could happen? The only thing I can imagine is using the
char pointer to modify the string literal. This can be fixed
by using a pointer to a const char.
char doh = "How long will I exist?" ;
Singleton::GetInstance().SetName( doh ) ;
I wouldn't like to use the singleton after a call to muckItUp.
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