Subject: Re: [boost] [review] The review of Boost.DoubleEnded starts today: September 21 - September 30
From: Thorsten Ottosen (tottosen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-10-13 10:49:44
Den 12-10-2017 kl. 20:34 skrev Nevin Liber via Boost:
> Normally, my check against capacity() is usually about iterators, pointers
> and/or references possibly being invalidated more than knowing that an
> actual allocation will take place.
What is the difference be an allocation and an invalidation? I assume
your context is "what happens when I call push_back?".
> Have we considered capacity() == min(front_capacity(), back_capacity())?
Or is your context "what happens when I call either push_back or
Maybe you can tell us what your program does when it detects that things
are invalidated? Do you then recompute the iterators and references?
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