N3892: C++ Ostream Buffers -- Lawrence Crowl

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Document number: N3892

Date: 2014-01-20

C++ Ostream Buffers

by Lawrence Crowl


At present, stream output operations guarantee that they will not produce race conditions, but do not guarantee that the effect will be sensible. Some form of external synchronization is required. Unfortunately, without a standard mechanism for synchronizing, independently developed software will be unable to synchronize.

... The general consensus in the July 2013 meeting of the Concurrency Study Group was that buffering should be explicit. This paper proposes such an explicit buffering.

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