Subject: Re: [boost] [Boost.utility]
From: Andrew Chinkoff (achinkoff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-01-26 10:58:20
> One requires creating a new tailored object, the other adapts itself to
> any object un-intrusively.
> So it's pretty obvious global<int>.get() is better, and not just a
> matter of taste.
Let us discuss that:
1) Boost::global example:
typedef boost::global<int> global_Int;
global_int.get() = 5; // getting the global int
2) Boost::Singleton example:
typedef boost::Singleton<int> global_Int;
global_Int::Instance() = 5;
I really do not understand the appreciable advantage of the 1) over the 2)
and vice versa.:confused: The only thing I could say is that "get" is
shorter word than "Instance", isn't it?
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