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[programming] Thread Safe STL

    Qt also has complete threadsafe STL functionality.  It probably 
doesn't have the license you are looking for, but it is out there.  The 
one nice thing about that library is that it is completely portable.


Jerry Feldman wrote:
> The Linux C++ STL (Standard Template Library) is not threadsafe.
> I'm working on a project where I will need the functionality of the STL
> but it also must be threadsafe. 
> Currently, the only one I am familiar with is Rogue Wave? SourcePro?
> C++. I've used this before, and the company I am working with has used
> it in some of their products, but their version is several years old. 
> Other than STL, Rogue Wave? contains libraries for things like Linear
> Algebra (LAPACK). 
> What I would like to know is if there are other good commercial (or
> OpenSource) threadsafe STLs. 
> BTW: The C++ standards committee will probably never endorse
> threadsafeness. 
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