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Section: 188.8.131.52 [new.delete.dataraces] Status: Resolved Submitter: DIN Opened: 2010-08-25 Last modified: 2016-02-10
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It is unclear how a user replacement function can simultaneously satisfy the race-free conditions imposed in this clause and query the new-handler in case of a failed allocation with the only available, mutating interface std::set_new_handler.
[ Resolution proposed by ballot comment: ]
Offer a non-mutating interface to query the current new-handler.
[ 2010-10-24 Daniel adds: ]
Accepting n3122 would solve this issue. This issue is related to 1365.
[ 2010-Batavia: ]
Resolved by adopting n3189.
Resolved in Batavia by accepting n3189.