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ILockable/TLockable/Lockable. Similar to IManaged in Spring4D, but provides a Locked interface.

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/04/10

Had to use this to start solving threading issues in a project I inherited a while ago in a temporary way before doing a huge refactoring. Will likely need it in the future as well: ILockable/TLockable/Lockable. Similar to IManaged in Spring4D, but provides a Locked interface..

ILockable/TLockable/Lockable. Similar to IManaged(now IShared) in Spring4D, but provides a Locked interface.

Note this is very inefficient, but can be practical as a shotgun approach to start solving the mess when you inherit a project that has the “I know, I’ll use threads!” approach in it.

Replace the resource typed TNeedsLock that needs protection with a ILockable<TNeedsLock>, then route all references via a call to the Locked()() call to it.

If you need a simpler approach, then use [WayBack] Interfaced monitor lock — Bitbucket by Stefan Glienke.

–jeroen

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