Subject: Re: [boost] scoped_ptr deleter
From: Berserker (berserker_r_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-09-22 03:18:06
> I didn't blame it. And I don't consider my example difficult, anyway. It
> provides a nice abstraction from the actual pointer type while not
> introducing excessive genericity. I can't remember the exact code but I
> surely used such technique somewhere in my code. Not sure it involved
> scoped_ptr, though...
What's the status about this? If we don't want to "break" the interface,
we can always provide an option to enable this feature, something like
(same for scoped_array):
, class D = boost::checked_deleter<T> >
BOOST_SCOPED_PTR_ENABLE_DELETER is not defined by default.
There are lots of samples like this in other boost libraries, is it
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