Re: Threads and copy constructors...

Marc <>
Sat, 18 Feb 2012 11:12:01 +0000 (UTC)
oneflewover wrote:

In the code snippet below, I have one functor that I pass to one
thread. As expected, the constructor is called once, but the copy
constructor is called four times! As a result, the destructor is
called five times.

Can someone please explain to me why the copy constructor is called
four times? Thanks.


class c1

        c1() { }

        c1(const c1& c) { }

        void operator()() { }

        ~c1() { }

int main()
    c1 c; // constructor called once here

    // copy constructor called four times here; why?
    boost::thread t1( c1 );

    // destructor called four times here

    // destructor called once here

I think you want to complain on the boost mailing-list or on their bug
tracker. In C++11, they forward this argument between internal
functions by rvalue-reference, so you probably only get one copy and
one move. In C++03, they pass it by value.

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