On 13.07.2018 17:36, Philip Martin wrote:
> Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_apache.org> writes:
>> Philip, can you help clarify this?
>>> It's not clear to me from the added paragraph whether the restriction
>>> "only access the context from a thread at a time" is imposed by the
>>> library implementation or by the way API consumers' code is typically
>>> structured. That is: if a client is careful to use mutexes in his
>>> batons, or for that matter passes NULL for all batons, would the
>>> restriction still apply?
> Look at repos_to_wc_copy_single() for example: it stores the original
> notify func/baton, sets temporary values, then restores the original
> values. I think it is clear that only works if the context is for
> single thread, even if the func/batons are NULL.
We've always assumed that our threading model expects reentrant
functions but restricted shared structures, such as client context, WC
context, RA context etc. But we've not done a very good job at actually
Received on 2018-07-14 18:34:15 CEST