ScopedLock in inline methods

Can the ScopedLocked be used without thinking about compiler optimization, inline functions and so on??

e.g.

Class1 { // .... inline void method1() { const ScopedLock myScopedLock (myCriticalSection); // do something } };

When doing a release build with optimization, can the locked scope become larger than intended because the code is merged together during inlining?

Thanx for answers
Jan

No, don’t worry about that. The compiler will get the scoping right even if it inlines it. Imagine the havoc that’d break loose if inlining opened up the scope!