From: Francis ANDRE (francis.andre_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-13 03:54:46
> I would like to know if there is any interested in boost for developing
> such classes, based or not in my article ideas or code. If there is any
> interest, I would be glad to present a boostified version of the
> library/framework for a review proccess. Currently, the framework uses these
Yes, me too, I am very interested by such library if it could provide, in
addition to relative pointer, a STLAllocator that is working with "raw pointer"
By the way, there will be a small additional problem to solve for the library
to be complete: the reference of shared objects placed in the shared memory
with virtual functions.
As such, the smart pointer will have to update the virtual table on each
reference to the shared object before returing back the "raw pointer" on the
object to the caller!! (unless the underlying OS garantee to map each instance
of a shared library at the same base address of each process...Ugh...)
> Hello to all,
> My name is Ion GaztaÃ±aga, a telecommunication engineer working in railway
> industry R&D . I've been lately working on a CUJ article about placing STL
> containers (and any other object) in shared memory using smart pointers
> instead of raw pointers as allocator::pointer.
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