Re: Multithreading stuff

Dear michi7x7 and Michael,

void kill_me()
   throw(new AbortException() );

According to "Effective C++" by Scott Meyers this should read

	throw (AbortException());

because of memory management. And other recourses, if the exception class were complicated.

void thread_func()


What does Michael's doSomethingTricky() have to call so that kill_me() really gets called when the Dispatcher is triggered? Note that thread_func() is not in any event loop.


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