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From: Dawson, Paul (UK Filton) (Paul.Dawson3_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-04 11:19:35

Using relaxed_heap I'm getting a problem with the asserts in the top()
and pop() functions:

  assert(smallest_value->value != 0);

Where value is a ::boost::optional<T>, and T is the indexed type of the

The problem that I'm having is that when my T is an int, and the int in
question is perfectly valid and has an initialised value of zero, it
fails the assert test.

Based on my limited understanding, we would actually want to be
asserting either (smallest_value != 0) since smallest_value is a
pointer, or (smallest_value->value.is_initialised()) since this is an

Apologies if I have misunderstood something, as I am a newcomer to

Many thanks,


Paul Dawson

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