[fpc-devel] question about thread.WaitFor
lazarus at mfriebe.de
Sun Nov 11 18:41:58 CET 2018
On 11/11/2018 18:32, Martin wrote:
>> Moreover, variables/fields are only destroyed with .free, not with
>> thread termination, so why does it matter?
> If SomeHandler is the method of an object that is about to be
> destroyed, then it must be ensured, that it will not be called after
> (or it will access the freed object).
> I encountered some code, that called only WaitFor. And, as you
> confirmed, this is not enough. The message is still on the queue, and
> when SomeHandler is called eventually it behaves badly.
Actually, its a bit diff.
The queued event gets removed in Thread.Destroy (I had not checked there).
But in the case I was debugging, some objects where left in memory that
relied on the call...
Anyway found what I needed.
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