From: E. Gladyshev (egladysh_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-25 17:22:36
--- Andreas Huber <ah2003_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > BTW: Having separate heaps is one of the reasons why I could not
> > use boost::shared_ptr. I ended up writing my own. :(
> Yeah, I ended up using intrusive_ptr. Not always an option either ...
In fact it is not clear how to marry STL and boost::shared_ptr<>.
I love boost::shared_ptr but because of the lack of the allocator<>
concept, STL and boost just don't live together
(including other boost libraries).
I guess my question is that, is boost redefining the
memory management concepts that have been established by STL?
I am a bit suprised by small number of comments
from boost developers on this issue.
IMO, if boost is to become a C++ standard, we'd have
to resolve this conflict.
In the mean-time, what are the boost recomendations
on how to use STL and boost together?
I am really confused, am I missing something here?
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