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From: Hartmut Kaiser (hartmut.kaiser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-11 13:52:32
Andreas Sæbjørnsen wrote:
> My scenario is number 1) here, so I have to be very careful
> with the memory use. I should then probably use the std::copy
> using the inserter to copy the values into a data structure
> allocated using the standard allocator.
I don't think so. The problems _may_ happen, when you're going to explicitly
unload the Wave shared library before your actual application exits (or
while you're still using the memory allocated there - bad programming style
anyways). This is very unlikely to occur.
> When trying to free
> the memory allocated by Wave when I use it as a shared
> library, is it enough to delete the variable declaration of
> type context_type?
Could you elaborate, please? I have not been able to understand your
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