From: Tobias Schwinger (tschwinger_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-03 01:55:30
Michael Marcin wrote:
> I ran into a compiler problem using the singleton library from the vault.
> singleton's constructor and destructor use instance_proxy before it is
> defined. The trivial fix is to make the definition of the constructor
> and destructor inline function at the bottom of the file (i.e. after
> instance_proxy is defined).
Actually, that shouldn't be a problem since 'singleton' is a template
and things are complete once it's instantiated.
Got some code that fails to compile?
> singleton_manager.hpp causes warning under msvc 8.0 in the
> singleton_manager::cleanup function:
> warning C4706: assignment within conditional expression
> while (!!(i = ptr_instance->ptr_first))
> if this could be rewritten without much effort to silence the warning it
> would be nice.
Yes (where interestingly the compiler could figure out this is not a
typo here because of the '!!')...
while ((i = ptr_instance->ptr_first) != 0l)
will do the trick...
> Nit - there seems to be a lot of extraneous inline keywords for
> functions defined inside the class definition.
...intentionally, because some compilers (under certain configurations)
distinguish between "implicit" inline and "inline by keyword".
> The library has proven quite useful.
Thanks for your feedback.
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