From: Dan W. (danw_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-12-28 22:09:06
Sounds very interesting to me, the couple of times I've tried using
auto_ptr's as container elements I ran into so much trouble I just gave up
and used plain pointers.
It could only be complete with "ptr_hash_map<>" though (my favorite
What happens if I inadvertently pass pointers to statically allocated
objects, like const strings, to push_back(), or other input functions?
Would it be safer for push_back(), say, to take a smart pointer as input?
What if I *want* to use pointers to const strings, i.e.: *not* to be owned
by the pointer container, but still enjoy its other conveniences?
And, should there be corresponding array_map<>, array_set<>, etc.?; --i.e.:
owning containers for elements requiring delete as opposed to delete?
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