Subject: Re: [boost] [compond_file_binary] Gauging interest in a possible library submission.
From: Alexander Voitenko (tarmik_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-12-05 09:20:08
First of all I want to mention that my library is not finished yet. I am at
the end of implementing planned features for the first release, but some
additional effort is needed. I have no plans to add support for the all
features that MS implementation provides in the first release, but want to
develop library in evolutionary way. Also I plan add some features in next
releases that are not supported by MS implementation: storage compacting and
defragmentation. I found on the Internet that users need them.
> More generally, does your library support the properties of the MS
> storage implementation as described here:
Here is that list with my comments.
Implemented and tested.
Not implemented, but I think often about that. The main problem: I can not
decide use C++11 threading model or switch to some cross-platform
library(Boost.Thread may be?)
For now supported one thread per one compound files.
Also, threading implementation and testing will require lot of effort. And I
not plan to include multithreading support in the first release.
Not supported. Planned in next releases.
Yes. I designed the library to be memory efficient. All needed memory is
allocated on stream opening.
I plan to test memory issues by emulating std::bad_alloc in various places.
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