Date: 2003-03-26 14:55:28
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> From: Michael Glassford [mailto:glassfordm_at_[hidden]]
> The "Future Directions" section of the Boost Pool Library documentation
> that "Another pool interface will be written: a base class for per-class
> pool allocation.". Has any progress been made in this area?
No; the current focus on Boost.Pool is to update it to use other Boost
libraries more. There are a lot of non-obvious problems to getting that
"base class" pool interface working correctly - plus the whole question of
whether it is even a desirable design. I am considering dropping that from
the "future directions" instead of actually doing it.
> Also, what about an allocator that takes the size of memory to be
> and forwards it to an appropriate pool (or to the standard malloc/new if
> size is over a certain threshold size)?
If you need a general memory allocator, use malloc/new. Any modern
malloc/new already does this internally.
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