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Regression test for thread safety?
- From: dank at kegel dot com
- To: "libstdc++ at gcc dot gnu dot org" <libstdc++ at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Date: Sun, 14 Jul 2002 06:26:18 -0700
- Subject: Regression test for thread safety?
- Reply-to: dank at kegel dot com
we're running into a nasty heap corruption problem
when using gcc3.0.2's stl in a multithreaded application.
I have read
and understand that STL is threadsafe only in
a limited sense. I looked around a bit
for a regression test for STL that tested this
limited thread safety -- for example, by running
plain old STL regression tests in many noninteracting threads
at the same time, and was dismayed to find none.
For instance, I downloaded
unpacked it, and did
find . -print | xargs grep pthread_create
and saw *zero* matches. Same goes for the test suite
across town at stlport.org.
If I missed something obvious, I'd appreciate a pointer
to where the thread safety regression test lives, thanks.