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From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-14 15:32:10
Jean-François Brouillet wrote:
> As far as I understand what is going on, the reason why
> the runtime is reporting a "double free" is because two independently
> constructed shared_ptrs' do not share the same reference count,
> which intrusive_ptr would allow me to do, except that intrusive_ptr
> doesn't vary "polymorphically" with its body as shared_ptr does.
I'm not sure what you mean by that.
intrusive_ptr<> aside, you need to derive from enable_shared_from_this<> if
you want to create a shared_ptr<> to this as explained in:
but you can't do this in a constructor, because the outer shared_ptr<>
hasn't been created yet. Use a static create() function as explained here:
The other option is intrusive_ptr<>.
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