From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-04 22:05:08
"Andrey Ryabushenko" <cdome_at_[hidden]> writes:
> I have some ideas in the field of my specialty - memory management.
> I can develop any of these with pleasure. But I want to hear from
> you which are most wanted or unwanted:) I can't write three great proposals
> at the same time so I am asking you.
> 1. Garbage collector. Smart pointers are great, but there is easier solution
> that do not require neither special knowledge nor
> available code modification.
What could you offer that the Boehm collector does not?
> 2. Memory Leak Detector. Very helpful in big projects. It is worth to say
> that 70-80 percent of mistakes is memory leakage.
The same question applies.
> 3. Develop a suite of allocators(multi threaded, small object allocator and
> others). I think the allocator based on Hoard algorithm that shows great
> perfomance in the multithreaded applications is worth merging into boost)
> take a look at more detailed descriptions
All three of these sound interesting, but they can't really be
considered in any depth unless you go through the SoC proposal process
-- Dave Abrahams Boost Consulting www.boost-consulting.com
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