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From: Ken Johnson (kjinnovation_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-01-06 15:07:18


As an alternative, you might look at the intrusive pointer
implementation at (Get
the cpputilities_2003_01_04 download and extract the files ptr.h,
target_base.h, pointer.html and target.html.) This is a
fully-documented, STL-compatible, public-domain smart-pointer
implementation. (The documentation is probably equally applicable to
boost's intrusive_ptr.)

Ken Johnson

Christophe Meessen wrote:
> Hello,
> the shared_ptr pages (.hpp) are apprently not accessible any more from
> I was looking for some documentation on using intrusive_ptr but they are
> apparently not documented. Looking at the header files I got some hints
> how to use them.
> Why are the intrusive_ptr not documented ? Does it mean that it is not
> standard and official ? Would we have portability problem if we use them ?
> The performance comparision of different solution shows that
> intrusive_ptr are more efficient and in some circumstances this might
> have a significant impact on the whole program performance.
> What wish would be that the intrusive_ptr and scoped_intrusive_ptr are
> described as part of the official smart pointer library. To be sure I
> could eventually rely on them.
> Did I missed an epsiode about this ?

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