From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-24 02:37:18
Robert Ramey wrote:
> Tracking a stack object makes no sense. doing so will result in an archive
> that cannot be loaded.
How it does correspond to your previous statement:
> Its very easy to write
> X x = *it; // create a copy of
> ar << x
> all the x's are at the same address so if they happen to be tracked
> a pointer to some X in serialized somewhere in the program, then the
> subsequent copies would be supprsed by tracking.
In the example you say that x's can happen to be tracked. In your last email
you say that tracking a stack object makes no sense. And all x's are stack
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