From: Chris Jefferson (caj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-04 07:02:31
Aleksey Gurtovoy wrote:
> Chris Jefferson writes:
>>I'm implementing much of this for my own personal usage, but I hope
>>to submit the code to libstdc++-v3 (g++'s implementation of the c++
> May be also STLPort?
I'm not against it :)
>>While this may not be quite as general as the
>>ideas of "move symantics", it has the advantage of being
>>implementable now, and providing some significant improvements.
> Not to undermine your effort, but "move semantics" is implementable
> now as well.
I had been thinking about that as well. My personal implementation looks
a) Add a new type_trait called moveable.
b) Add a function called move_wrap, where you construct objects you want
to move like:
Class b, c=move_wrap(d);
Where move_wrap passes it's parameter straight through if the type_trait
moveable is false, and wraps it in a class called MoveWrap if moveable
is true (which can then be used in the constructors of Class).
The advantage of just writing a swapping library is that it isn't going
to involve adding new constructors / destructors based on a
templated-based implementation of moveable, which might be incompatable
with other people's definition of moveable.
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