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Changed: 11c11,26
No recursion.
No recursion.


> v1.33.1 on Win32 with Visual Studio 8.0 I get the following:
> Detected memory leaks!
> Dumping objects ->
> {89} normal block at 0x002F27A8, 24 bytes long.
> Data: < w > C0 09 FD 77 FF FF FF FF 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
> {88} normal block at 0x002F2A18, 8 bytes long.
> Data: < '/ > A8 27 2F 00 01 CD CD CD
> Object dump complete.

This seems to be the same issue mentioned here:
http://groups.google.com/group/boost-list/browse_thread/thread/31819b8f8c6a500/c3c84ca2555c492f?hide_quotes=no#msg_c3c84ca2555c492f

Where can I find info on the resolution of this issue?



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No matter which of the three scheduling policies I select, I get this assertion (1.32 on Win32):

.....Assertion failed: ++loop_count == 1, file read_write_mutex.cpp, line 173

Release mode runs fine. No recursion.


> v1.33.1 on Win32 with Visual Studio 8.0 I get the following: > Detected memory leaks! > Dumping objects -> > {89} normal block at 0x002F27A8, 24 bytes long. > Data: < w > C0 09 FD 77 FF FF FF FF 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 > {88} normal block at 0x002F2A18, 8 bytes long. > Data: < '/ > A8 27 2F 00 01 CD CD CD > Object dump complete.

This seems to be the same issue mentioned here: http://groups.google.com/group/boost-list/browse_thread/thread/31819b8f8c6a500/c3c84ca2555c492f?hide_quotes=no#msg_c3c84ca2555c492f

Where can I find info on the resolution of this issue?



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