|Subject:||tss_t destruction unspecified|
The standard does not specify if or when destructors for thread specific data keys (created with the
tss_create function) are invoked.
This proposal suggests to align the behavior with that specified by POSIX for
pthread_key_t. This behavior is hoped to both match the intention of the standard, and be possible to implement on other systems (it is noted that a pthreads implementation exists for Windows, for example, while the behavior of POSIX and Windows thread local storage implementations differ greatly)
After 18.104.22.168p2, add
Returning from func shall have the same behaviour as invoking
thrd_exitwith the returned value
Change 22.214.171.124 parts 2 and 3 from
thrd_exitfunction terminates execution of the calling thread and sets its result code to
The program shall terminate normally after the last thread has been terminated. The behavior shall be as if the program called the exit function with the status EXIT_SUCCESS at thread termination time.
For every thread specific storage key which was created with a non-NULL destructor and for which the value is non-NULL,
thrd_exitshall set the value associated with the key to NULL and then invoke the destructor with its previous value. The order in which destructors are invoked is unspecified.
If after this process there remain keys with both non-NULL destructors and values, the implementation shall repeat this process up to
thrd_exitis not being invoked in the last thread in the process, then the implementation shall terminate execution of the calling thread and set its result code to
res. Otherwise, the implementation shall behave as if
(This change provides application writers guarantees about the identity of the thread executing functions registered with
After 126.96.36.199p2, add
The value NULL shall be associated with the newly created key in all existing threads. Upon thread creation, the value associated with all keys shall be initialized to NULL
Note that destructors associated thread specific storage are not invoked at process exit.
To 188.8.131.52p2, append
tss_deleteis called while another thread is executing destructors, whether this will affect the number of invocations of the destructor associated with
keyon that thread is unspecified. If the thread from which
tss_deleteis invoked is executing destructors, then no further invocations of the destructor associated with
keywill occur on said thread.
tss_deletewill not result in the invocation of any destructors.
After 184.108.40.206p2, add
This action will not invoke the destructor associated with the key on the value being replaced.
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