From: shiwei xu (xushiweizh_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-28 23:21:50
I'm glad to say that now "GC Allocator" is a sandbox library of boost.
To gain the source code, please svn checkout
Welcome to give me some suggestions or report defects.
I'm a beginner of boost development. And I don't know the process of boost
peer review, and how a library is accepted (upgraded). Anyone can help me?
On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 9:55 PM, <Lance.Diduck_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I think the best thing to do is package up your allocators, and present
> them for a boost peer review. I have a strong interest in seeing more
> specialty allocators in C++ so I will be glad to help, and even donate
> some of my own, as I am sure others would to. Even bringing up
> HeapLayers to boost quality standards would be worthwhile.
> There are lots of ways of getting C++ classes and libraries to use
> specialty allocators, but hardly any allocators nor docs on why you
> might want to. Nor ways to actually write an allocator that could be
> used in a library. For some reason people attach a lot of unwarranted
> hype to GC and allocators -- esp to try and sell new "revolutionary"
> programming models. Sigh. All we really need is a library of allocators
> and ways to apply them without getting in trouble, and keep them out of
> sight when I don't care. That is all the innovation I want.
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