Date: 2001-03-28 09:53:25
>>>>> "Ronald" == Ronald Garcia <rgarcia4_at_[hidden]> writes:
nb> How about a constructor taking a pair of iterators over linear
nb> memory? Something like:
nb> template<typename InputIter> multi_array (InputIter start,
nb> InputIter end, Policy p)
nb> This allows multi_array to interoperate with old-fashioned C
nb> arrays, without forcing a copy. Policy could specify the
nb> memory deallocation policy.
Ronald> It sounds like you're talking about a multi-array that uses memory
Ronald> passed into it rather than allocating its own. I've been thinking
Ronald> about supplying that functionality in a separate implementation class.
Take memory passed to it and selectively decide whether to make a copy
and take ownership, don't copy but still take ownership, or don't copy
and don't take ownership.
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