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Section: 31.5.3 [thread.condition.condvar] Status: Resolved Submitter: Pete Becker Opened: 2009-01-07 Last modified: 2019-01-01
Priority: Not Prioritized
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31.5.3 [thread.condition.condvar]: the specification for wait_for with no predicate has an effects clause that says it calls wait_until, and a returns clause that sets out in words how to determine the return value. Is this description of the return value subtly different from the description of the value returned by wait_until? Or should the effects clause and the returns clause be merged?
[ Summit: ]
Move to open. Associate with LWG 859 and any other monotonic-clock related issues.
[ 2009-08-01 Howard adds: ]
I believe that 859 (currently Ready) addresses this issue, and that this issue should be marked NAD, solved by 859 (assuming it moves to WP).
[ 2009-10 Santa Cruz: ]
NAD Editorial, addressed by resolution of Issue 859.