Subject: Re: [boost] [utility] new auto_buffer class --- RFC
From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-03-02 11:39:56
>> to avoid heap-allocations in 95% of the cases. This can be a major
>> speed-improvement. For the remaining 5% of the cases, the buffer will be
>> placed on the heap, but the code from the user's persective remains the
> - From glancing at the implementation posted to the list, it does not
> appear to
> fall back to heap allocation once the maximum stack capacity is reached.
> push_back() simply asserts that the stack capacity hasn't been used up
In which case how does this differ from boost::array?
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