[MonoDevelop] Monitor.Wait return false immediately on Mono Runtime
mono at webkai.net
Sun Sep 18 16:02:55 EDT 2011
I post this issue to mono bugzilla.
We may get a opinion about this issue.
> Hello Tom,
> thank you for that hint - I reread MSDN and realized that I must have had
> confused something.
> It is some time in the past since I worked with that and I assume I mixed
> it up with ManualResetEvents I missused that kind with lock objects on
> Sorry for confusion mono at webkai.net!
> Am 18.09.2011, 21:17 Uhr, schrieb Tom Spink <tspink at gmail.com>:
>> Monitor.Wait is supposed to be used under lock, because it atomically
>> releases the lock, and puts the thread to sleep.
>> Take a look at the MSDN documentation.
>> I've not yet had a chance to debug the posted code, but by eye, it
>> looks race free... Based on the definition of the locking primitives.
>> On Sep 18, 2011 5:22 PM, "Nicolas Krzywinski" <opensource at site7even.de>
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