Better yet, why not just use boost's TR1 implementation?
That way when the rest of the compilers come out with their TR1
implementations you aren't necessarily tied to boost.
Although, I think you should use boost to its fully extent, esp. the
header only libraries.
On Aug 15, 2007, at 9:47 AM, Robert Mecklenburg wrote:
> Warren Young writes:
>> Smart pointers are tricky, and automatic memory management is even
>> trickier, and I just created a template that does both.
> Joel Fielder writes:
>> I'd like to see use of Boost.
> It's also worth mentioning that the shared_ptr classes have been
> accepted for C++ Technical Report 1 and will be included in all future
> C++ compiler suites. It is already in gcc 4.1.2.
> If you don't want to "rely" on boost (or the vendor compiler), you
> could probably just include the header in the mysql++ distro tarball.
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