From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-24 10:35:07
Vladimir Prus wrote:
>> Vladimir Prus wrote:
>>> extern void (*function)();
>>> boost::shared_ptr<void ()> p2(function);
>>> return 0;
>>> The first initialization, of course, work. The second produces a
>>> lots of errors. Do I miss something obvious?
>> Just to clarify: my original intention is to use shared_ptr to a
>> function together with a custom deleter. I don't really think the
>> above could compile. But when I add:
>> struct null_deleter
>> template<class T>
>> void operator()(T) const
>> and change the code to be
>> boost::shared_ptr<void ()> p2(function, null_deleter())
>> I still get errors.
>> The complete example with the custom deleter is attached.
Your example works for me on MSVC 7.1. What kinds of errors do you get, and
on what compilers?
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