Stability issues in C++
jford at nrao.edu
Mon Jun 5 14:19:34 CEST 2006
> actually i'm developping an application using C++ and i encounter
> many problem for its execution in a realtime context! As you have
> an experience in C++ programming, i want to benefit from it to ask
> you for some questions:
> - how do u use the LXRT tasks (creation, behaviour's defintion)
> into C++ classes? if u encapsulate tasks in posix thread or in C++
> user defined classes?
We do not get that fancy. All the process control, task creation,
etc. we do in our main task routines. We use C++ to encapsulate our
data and abstract the meat of the application so that the main loop of the
task might be just like:
task1( void * ptr_to_object )
> - how do u manage dynamic memory allocation (primitive new) into LXRT context??
I don't do dynamuic memory allocation in a realtime system, with the exception of in the
initial object creation and initializations. You do have to be careful
about what C++ is doing under the surface.
Hope this helps.
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