bson_context_t * bson_context_new (bson_context_flags_t flags);
- flags: A bson_context_flags_t.
The following flags may be used: * BSON_CONTEXT_NONE meaning creating ObjectIDs with this context is not a thread-safe operation. * BSON_CONTEXT_THREAD_SAFE meaning creating ObjectIDs with this context is a thread-safe operation. * BSON_CONTEXT_DISABLE_PID_CACHE meaning creating ObjectIDs will also check if the process has changed by calling getpid() on every ObjectID generation.
To use multiple flags, xor them together.
Creates a new bson_context_t. This is rarely needed as bson_context_get_default() serves most use-cases.
A newly allocated bson_context_t that should be freed with bson_context_destroy.
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