The macro takes two arguments: the ID of the menu item or control that might need updating, and an update handler (which must be a member function in the same class as the command handler).
MFC will call your update handler at runtime, passing it a CCmd UI argument that it can use to enable or disable the corresponding menu item or control.
Does not state if there is any guaranteed sequencing, or that shared accesses can indefinitely starve exclusive requests, or what.
From inspection of the code: This is a spin lock with no kernel call involved.
This also mentions many methods that are missing in the MFC classes.
MFC methods are indexed under their class name) Does not state if the Slim Reader/Writer lock can be placed in shared memory (shared segment DLL, shared segment executable, or memory-mapped file) and shared across process boundaries.
The content is available in the toolbar, so you can simply drag and drop syslink controls onto you dialog template.It is actually a window that renders marked-up text just as hyperlinks in a web browser.Multiple links can be put in a single control, and are accessed by a zero-based index.Inside the thread this handle will be used to post ten messages to the dialog causing it to update the static control.Windows programs often have menu items, toolbar buttons, and dialog controls that should dynamically reflect some program state.MFC provides an alternative structure, one in which the user interface elements query the appropriate program state as needed to provide an up-to-date view.You can take advantage of MFCs automatic updating by placing an ON_UPDATE_COMMAND_UI() macro in the message map of the corresponding user interface class (menu, toolbar, etc.).In this post I will show how you can work with the syslink control.The control provides a way to embed hypertext links in a window.The following sample shows this technique assuming that the created dialog contains a static text control named 'IDC_THREAD_TEXT'.The object handle of the dialog will be passed to the thread.Does not state what happens if a thread that has an SRW lock terminates without releasing the lock.Does not state if this is done as a spin lock or a thread-blocking lock.Currently it supports the anchor tag () with the HREF and ID attributes.