From: Pavel Vozenilek (pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-11 21:55:12
"VÃ¡clav VeselÃ½" wrote:
> struct X
> X* me; // Can points to the instance
> seems to be POD, but it's not movable. The best implicit implamentation is
> probably the has_trivial_copy trait. For each other moveble type must be
> is_movable explicitly specialized. (BTW for compiler writers: compiler
> support for test a trait on all class members would be very useful for
> such traits. And existing compilers with support of has_trivial_copy and
> similar traits must use this technique internally.)
> I think it worth it. For example I use optional<string> frequently. If you
> think that the is_movable trait is good enogh for Boost I would like write
> it including test and documentation.
Nonstandard Template Library (http://www.ntllib.org/) uses
extensively this feature (http://www.ntllib.org/moveable.html).
One of authors, Tomas Fidler, said that moveable has
noticeable impact on performance and that absolute majority
of classes he wrote are moveable, so he uses it as default option.
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