Verson 1.36.0 of the Boost libraries was released last
week. Crucially, this contains the fix for the critical
bug in the win32 implementation of condition variables found in
the 1.35.0 release.
There are a few other changes
to the Boost.Thread library: there are now
functions for acquiring
multiple locks without deadlock, for example.
There are of course new libraries to try, and other libraries have
been updated too. See the full Release Notes for details, or just Download the release and
give it a try.
Posted by Anthony Williams
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