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Section: 184.108.40.206 [thread.thread.constr] Status: C++11 Submitter: Pete Becker Opened: 2009-01-07 Last modified: 2016-01-28
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the error handling for the constructor for condition_variable distinguishes lack of memory from lack of other resources, but the error handling for the thread constructor does not. Is this difference intentional?
[ Beman has volunteered to provide proposed wording. ]
[ 2009-09-25 Beman provided proposed wording. ]
The proposed resolution assumes 962 has been accepted and its proposed resolution applied to the working paper.
[ 2009-10 Santa Cruz: ]
Move to Ready.
Change Mutex requirements 33.6.4 [thread.mutex.requirements], paragraph 4, as indicated:
not_enough_memory— if there is not enough memory to construct the mutex object.
resource_unavailable_try_again— if any native handle type manipulated is not available.
operation_not_permitted— if the thread does not have the necessary permission to change the state of the mutex object.
device_or_resource_busy— if any native handle type manipulated is already locked.
invalid_argument— if any native handle type manipulated as part of mutex construction is incorrect.
Change Class condition_variable 33.7.4 [thread.condition.condvar], default constructor, as indicated:
Effects: Constructs an object of type
not_enough_memory— if a memory limitation prevents initialization.
resource_unavailable_try_again— if some non-memory resource limitation prevents initialization.
device_or_resource_busy— if attempting to initialize a previously-initialized but as of yet undestroyed