From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-30 21:58:36
> Interesting but unfortunate we cannot mix pools within allocators because
> it makes allocators even less flexible (useful).
You can mix pools, but all copies must share the same pool. A conforming
allocator should not contain the pool itself, but a pointer to the pool. Two
allocators should compare equal when they point to the same pool.
It doesn't make much sense for each shared_ptr to use its own private pool
anyway. shared_ptr only allocates once.
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