Subject: Re: [boost] [interprocess][multi_index] emplace() is not sufficient for maps
From: Ion GaztaÃ±aga (igaztanaga_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-05 03:52:37
Thorsten Ottosen escribiÃ³:
> Hi Ion and JoaquÃn,
> This issue is related to node-based containers. I think you both have
> added emplace() to provide efficient in-place construction.
> However, I often encounter a situation where emplace() is not sufficient
> for me.
> The situation is characterized by the need to calculate the key after
> the mapped value (a heavy object) has been placed in the pair. To
> calculate the key the mapped value needs to be modified (the key is
> calculated as a side-effect).
> I therefore suggest that we add a new function:
> typedef ... map;
> map m;
> map::node_ptr p = m.get_node_ptr(<like emplace, but only for
> constructing the mapped value>);
> p->pair.first = modify( p->pair.second );
> m.insert( boost::move(p) );
Is it too expensive to use move insertion from a type with non-const key?
//note that key is non-const!
std::pair<key_type, value_type> v(/**/);
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