Subject: Re: [boost] boost and vendor's TR1 implementations
From: Michael Marcin (mike.marcin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-11-11 15:09:03
Sergey Sadovnikov wrote:
> Hello, Michael.
> Tuesday, November 11, 2008 at 10:43:38 PM you wrote:
> MM> Sergey Sadovnikov wrote:
> MM> Many of the boost libraries have evolved beyond their TR1 counter parts.
> MM> Boost's shared_ptr is a good example of this. I primarily use VC9 SP1
> MM> which has a tr1 implementation but I use features of boost::shared_ptr
> MM> that std::tr1::shared_ptr doesn't have.
> Do you mean what there is no way to make boost and TR1 implementations
> don't conflict each other? And, for example, boost::shared_ptr
> couldn't be transparently replaced by corresponding TR1
Correct, TR1 shared_ptr doesn't support boost::make_shared for instance.
-- Michael Marcin
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