Subject: Re: [boost] question about C++11 guidelines
Date: 2012-05-03 04:37:39
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> De: "Eric Niebler" <eric_at_[hidden]>
> Ã: "Boost mailing list" <boost_at_[hidden]>
> EnvoyÃ©: Jeudi 3 Mai 2012 00:01:52
> Objet: [boost] question about C++11 guidelines
> Say I'm rewriting an existing Boost library and targeting C++11
> users. I
> plan to ship C++03 and C++11 versions of my library side-by-side, so
> back-compat isn't an issue for the new code. Is there a reason to
> using Boost's versions of utilities like enable_if, type traits,
> integral constant wrappers (e.g. mpl::int_), tuples, etc., over the
> now-standard ones?
> I'm leaning toward using std:: where I can, and falling back on
> versions only when there is a compelling reason.
What about this ?
1) If Foo is a Boost library, it should use boost::shared_ptr.
2) boost::shared_ptr may be an alias/using/... to std::shared_ptr. But this is up to Boost.SmartPtr, not to Boost.Foo.
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