Subject: Re: [boost] Interest check: container with preallocated buffer
From: Brian Wood (woodbrian77_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-05-19 16:41:47
Thorsten Ottosen writes:
>>Dmitry Vinogradov skrev:
>> Boost.Array offers constant size container with preallocated buffer,
>> Boost.Optional provides from zero to one element. There are no STL
>> container with preallocated buffer and it seems custom allocator does
>> not help to do this with existing containers.
>> Does any container exist to offer functionality like Boost.Array but
>> allowing to store from 0 to N elements? Is there any interest in such
>> PS. It's similar to fixed_string but as a generic container.
I was looking at the documentation and the Serialization and "Differences
std::vector<T>" pages were both empty. It would be nice to indicate there's
nothing there yet for those pages.
On the Semantics page is says:
auto_buffer( const auto_buffer& r );
- *Effect:* Copy constructor.
- *Postconditions:* capacity() == max(r.size(),N) && size() == r.size() .
- *Throws:* Nothing if size() <= N and the copy constructor of T cannot
throw. Otherwise this might throw exceptions from the allocator of from T's
I think there's a typo in the last sentence there.
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