Re: EnterCriticalSection() is corrupting my heap
Well i think we have moved to some off-topic thing related to copy
Even if I dont use CAutoLock() class and manually call;
// My code here
Even in this case calling EnterCriticalSection() is actually corrupting
another pointer in memory which has nothing to do with m_cs. So any idea
what are possible reasons because of which a heap could be corrupted like
"Doug Harrison [MVP]" <email@example.com> wrote in message
On Fri, 26 May 2006 12:54:51 +0200, "Arsalan Ahmad" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Why I dont need copy constructor is because of the fact that I am passing
pointer to CRITICAL_SECTION object and not the object itself;
m_pCS = pCS; // CRITICAL_SECTION *m_pCS
I believe Norman and I were talking about the class that contains m_cs,
your earlier message that presented:
// Some code
If you are copying objects of this class that contains m_cs via the
copy ctor or assignment operator, you are copying a CRITICAL_SECTION
object, and I'm skeptical that's valid.
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