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Re: Re: Re: [xmlblaster] i got a question about Global in cpp client
There only has definition of your copy constructor,where
is your implementation?
And the private global is a static pointer,even if you define the
copy constructor, a static pointer means that it is single in the memory.
======= 2004-05-20 17:45:31 has been wrote：=======
> I had checked Global.h from cvs. I wrote like these:
> Global& globTMP = Global::getInstance();
> Global& glob=globTMP;
> glob.initialize(args_1, argv_1);
> Global& glob1=globTMP;
> glob1.initialize(args_2, argv_2);
>And runtime error is:
> WARN Global ::initialize: the global is already initialized.
> Ignoring this initialization
> please give me more advise.
>======= 2004-05-19 16:49:51 has been wrote：=======
>>I made the Global copy constructor public (the code is on the cvs). Note
>>that you are responsible for the management of the "copy" Global. You
>>must ensure in your code to delete this "copy" Global before the
>>mananged Global (i.e. the one which you get with getInstance).
>>> There has a getClone() method in Global.java to get a deep copy of
>>> the global instance,but there miss in cpp code.
>>> I want to get a deep copy of the global object in my cpp client,but
>>> the Global in cpp client is singleton instance, and changing the singleton
>>> model looks like unwise, can you me any suggestion?
>>mailto:laghi at swissinfo.org
>>tel. +46 8 7492952 / mob. +46 70 4103964
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