Re: new and delete from different threads
void operator()(T* p)
if (ptr != 0)
ptr = 0;
- 'ptr', undeclared identifier, you mean 'p'.
- No need to check for zero before invoking delete.
- 'ptr' is a local variable, no use to zero it.
// use some platform specific API to wait until
for_each(myptrs.begin(), myptrs.end(), GenericPointerDeleter());
DWORD WINAPI threadcallbackroutine(LPVOID param)
vecptrs* my_ptrs = static_cast<vecptrs*>(param);
I have vastly simplified what is essentially happening in my
Should I be careful about new'ing and deleting from the same thread?
You mean from different threads ;)
No, that is a typical producer-consumer scenario and well supported.
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