Re: problem delete class object contained thread

Gerhard Menzl <>
27 Jul 2006 09:09:58 -0400
morz wrote:


    thirdPartyThreadLibrary myThread;

    void Run()
        myThread.exec(); // created new thread and run on background.


void myGUIFunctionNamed_Execute()
    classA * objectA = new classA();
    delete objectA <---- here is my big problem.If i put this
myThread in classA deleted.auto_ptr
                           also cannot help.If i dont put this line,
                           my code is perfectly run,but of course
                           memory leaked.

               ****LOT OF FUNCTION HERE****

My problem is my object of thread inside classA and object of classA
inside function myGUIFunctionNamed_Execute().I want
return immediately after i called it,but i dont no how to delete
inside this function.My idea is to use auto pointer but when i using
this line ;

auto_ptr<classA> objectA(new classA());

is no luck. :(

If you want the thread object to live longer than the A object, why do
you make it a member of A in the first place? And why do you allocate
the A object dynamically, if you want it to go out of scope at the end
of the function?

Gerhard Menzl

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