Date: 2002-03-11 04:56:35
"David Abrahams" <david.abrahams_at_[hidden]> writes:
| I'm interested if it interacts intelligently with shared_ptr.
| What I want is a cache which can be incrementally flushed, such that the
| only items that will be destroyed have a reference count of zero.
| In other words, I want to use shared_ptrs to keep things alive as long
| as they are referenced; when the cache holds the only reference to an
| object, an explicit request for memory may release the final reference.
How far is this from what you would need?
Of course this one is written too serve a rather different need: avoid
to have thousands of equal objects around at the same time.
I guess you would want it to return a shared_ptr<Share> and to use a
different internal container?
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