The LT3080 variable voltage regulator's datasheet shows a circuit design in which two regulators are placed in parallel to share the power load, resulting in double the maximum current capability of a single regulator. Essentially they just connect the outputs and inputs, and use the same control resistor.
The internal design of the regulator seems to be particularly ideal for this kind of application, due to the configuration of the output transistor, though I'm certainly no expert on this.
Are there any considerations I should make when setting up a supply in such a parallel configuration? Is it safe to assume that only regulators with explicit mention of this capability in the datasheet should be used in this way?