From: Darin Adler (darin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-01-26 23:24:52
On 1/26/02 2:59 PM, scleary_at_[hidden] wrote:
> If you (or the user) don't want to create a separate policy plugin for each
> type of releasable resource, we might want to consider providing (as part of
> Boost, I mean) a shared/scoped_ptr<> that calls a function<void> on
> destruction. This would also be helpful in other situations.
That's almost exactly what Peter's new shared_ptr has. But it doesn't use a
function<void>, instead it takes any object, d, that can be invoked as
where x is the T* managed by shared_ptr.
I can imagine people wanting this in scoped_ptr too, but Peter didn't take
that on yet, in part because adding any additional overhead for scoped_ptr
is far more controversial than adding a bit of overhead to shared_ptr.
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