From: Paul A. Bristow (boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-28 09:35:14
I feel like the ball boy at Wimbledon here,
interfering in a rare old ding-dong of the match of the week
de Guzman v. Slettebø
who seem to be about 40 all so far?
As someone who grew up happily on pointerless language, I don't automatically
think resource when I read pointer or ptr.
and/or perhaps (and probably not)
managed_resources<widgets> if it is a list?
A bit long, but MUCH clearer?
Paul A Bristow, Prizet Farmhouse, Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 8AB UK
+44 1539 561830 Mobile +44 7714 33 02 04
> > "resource_manager" starts to look attractive, again. ;)
> Perhaps. But there's a *better* and *shorter* alternative that very well fits
> the description. We can say: linear_list_of_items_manager<int>, YUCK!
> Instead, we say list<int>. The management *is* implicit!
> Also, in general, I would say that any name suffixed by "_manager" are best
> used for classes that manage *many* things simultaneously, NOT JUST ONE.
> Take a window_manager for example. It is something that manages the operations
> of many windows. In the Macintosh, for example, the resource manager manages
> "all* the resources in an application.
> Joel de Guzman
> joel at boost-consulting.com
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