Re: One-time initialization of statics in a multithreaded world

 Bertrand Augereau <>
Fri, 20 Jul 2007 16:14:19 -0000
Sorry I should have provided a example :)

ONE_TIME_INITIALIZE(std::auto_ptr<int>, sCache, new
.... is what I want to express as a replacement to:
static std::auto_ptr<int> sCache(new int(FonctionComplexe()));

I want dtors to be called at the end of the code and I don't want to
rely on volatile but only on interlocks....

On 20 juil, 16:51, "Alex Blekhman" <> wrote:

"Bertrand Augereau" wrote:

I cooked a macro for initializing objects once in our
project, could
you review and criticize it, please?
I'm mostly interested in correctness, not performance :)

I'm not sure why do you need all these tricks with static
pointers. I'd make it like this:

    static volatile LONG NAME##lock = 0L; \
    while(InterlockedExchange(&NAME##lock, 1) != 0) \
    { \
        Sleep(1); \
    } \
    static TYPE* NAME##Ptr = NULL; \
    if(!NAME##Ptr) \
    { \
        *NAME##Ptr = &INITIALIZER; \
    } \
    TYPE& NAME = *(NAME##Ptr); \
    InterlockedExchange(&NAME##lock, 0);


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