Subject: Re: [boost] [scope_exit] can MSVC lambdas capture data members?
From: lcaminiti (lorcaminiti_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-03-16 16:40:34
Mathias Gaunard-2 wrote
> On 16/03/12 20:50, lcaminiti wrote:
>> Mathias Gaunard-2 wrote
>>> On 15/03/12 20:21, lcaminiti wrote:
>>>> 1) I'd propose to never implement BOOST_SCOPE_EXIT using lambdas. There
>>>> no advantage for the user in the lambda implementation
>>> What about
>>> 1) compile-time speed
>>> 2) run-time efficiency
>>> Aren't both of those better with lambdas?
>> Bases on my LocalFunction benchmarking:
>> I'd expect ScopeExit with lambdas to be only marginally if at all faster
>> than ScopeExit without lambas for both compile and run time. But I must
>> confess that I didn't directly benchmark ScopeExit with and without
>> so I could be mistaken.
> Doesn't the use of C++11 remove all the ugly virtual stuff?
No, the "virtual stuff" is used by LocalFuncttion* to pass local classes as
template parameters but it is not required at all by ScopeExit.
(*) Note: A static member function and a static_cast were used at the end
instead of the "virtual stuff" because faster. On C++11, neither of this
trick is needed because local classes can be passed as template parameters
but not because of lambdas which are not used by LocalFunction.
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