Searching equivalent to C++ RAII or deterministic destructors
eckhardt at satorlaser.com
Thu Jul 2 12:12:19 CEST 2009
> Ulrich Eckhardt:
>> a way to automatically release the resource, something
>> which I would do in the destructor in C++.
> Is this helpful?
Yes, it aims in the same direction. However, I'm not sure this applies to my
case. The point is that the resource handle is not just used locally in a
restricted scope but it is allocated and stored. The 'with' is something
that makes sense in the context of mutex locking, where you have a
well-defined critical section. What I need is something similar to open(),
which returs a file. When the last reference to that object goes out of
scope, the underlying file object is closed.
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