Subject: Re: [boost] [move] Library uploaded to sandbox
From: Ion Gaztañaga (igaztanaga_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-02-18 12:08:28
Olaf Peter wrote:
> Hi Ion,
>> I've uploaded a new version of the move emulation library to sandbox.
>> I've put it temporarily in "move_semantics" folder to avoid overwriting
>> current move code.
> what is the differnet to Adobe's move library
> (http://stlab.adobe.com/group__move__related.html) ??
The emulation is different because Adobe's library "move" returns T:
T move(T &t);
This library (credits to David Abrahams) returns a pseudo-rvalue reference:
boost::rv<T> & move(T &t);
so there is a way to implement forwarding without any intermediate copy
or move and to modify the original value instead of creating a temporary
one. For example Adobe.Move containers need to implement push_back by value:
whereas with this library we can implement it in a more C++0x-like approach:
push_back(const T &t);
which will provide an easier transition to C++0x code.
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