On Sat, 15 Dec 2018 02:54:55 +0000, Heromyth wrote:
>      shared static this() {
>          writeln("running A in shared static this(),
> sharedField=", sharedField);
> 
>          Thread th = new Thread(() {  });
>          th.start();

When you start a D thread, thread-local static constructors get run. So 
don't start threads until your shared static constructors finish.

If I encountered something like this, I would set up a queue of actions to 
be run at the start of main() and fill them with static constructors. 
Instead of this static constructor creating a thread, it would enqueue a 
delegate that starts the thread.

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