From: Phil Endecott (spam_from_boost_dev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-09 12:45:43
> Is it possible to use boost interprocess' shared
> memory allocator with the normal STL containers that
> come with standard C++ build environments (gcc on
> Linux and Solaris, Visual C++ on Windows, etc.)? I
> know that there might be an issue with some STL
> containers not properly supporting encapsulated
> pointers that handle offset differences in memory
> addresses. Is this the reason why interprocess has its
> own containers?
You might like to have a look at this thread where I asked the GNU
libstdc++ people about this:
This pre-dates Boost's shared memory library which I now use.
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