I forgot to mention that we are generating C++ code in the project.


On 29 jun, 19:01, Jes <damealpi...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> we are working on a distributed environment that uses PB, where
> different threads will access to the contents of messages that can be
> updated at any moment through the network.
> I wonder if there is an easy way to transform the (derived) Messages
> into a thread-safe version. Maybe the rough solution could be to
> include a Mutex in the Message class and a MutexLock on each method of
> the generated pb.h and pb.cc classes, but perhaps there are issues
> that can break the safety of this approach (such as existing friends
> or similar).
> Could you have any suggestion on this? :-)
> Thanks in advance!
> Jes
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