Subject: [boost] [shared_ptr] calling functions by reference
From: Sid Sacek (ssacek_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-05-28 22:36:47
This might be a unimportant question and may have already been answered many times before, but I was wondering about functions that take shared pointers as arguments. Is there ever a reason I would not want to use a shared_ptr reference as an argument? I can't think of any, but is there any?
void foo( shared_ptr< XYZ > &xyz )
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