Subject: Re: [boost] boost::interprocess::bad_alloc in copy ctor of slist
From: Ion Gaztañaga (igaztanaga_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-12-03 12:42:38
Christoph Mathys wrote:
> I have an object containing an interprocess slist (wrapped in a simple
> template) which I first construct outside shared memory. Then I want
> to push_front this object into a slist lying inside shared memory. And
> I get an interprocess::bad_alloc exception from the lists copy
> constructor. If I don't use the slist's copy ctor but something like
> this->assign(x.begin(), x.end()), the code runs through (the list was
> always empty in the test).
> I use gcc 4.2.4 on linux 2.6.24 (ubuntu 8.04). Boost 1.36
> What am I doning wrong?
Nothing. You've hit an embarrasing bug. In theory the bug was reported
and fixed recently. Try to get Interprocess from trunk SVN to see if
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