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From:Alex Burton Date:October 6 2006 10:19pm
Subject:Re: mysql++ memory usage
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Rather than doing a special case for VC++, could you just use the  
default constructor for std::ostream and then call init as before ?
The only change being std::ostream(0) becomes std::ostream()

The code in the default constructor for basic_ofstream would be worth  
a look in the relavent implementations of std c++ library, just do  
whatever they are doing ?


On 07/10/2006, at 6:39 AM, Warren Young wrote:

> Matt Dargavel wrote:
>> you shouldn't really pass a member variable object into the
>> base class constructor as it won't have been initialised yet.  The  
>> MS C++
>> std library implementation allows you to do what I believe the  
>> original
>> intention was, as follows:
> Good work, you two.
> I think what I'm going to have to do is special-case VC++ here.   
> While RAII has its points, I'm nervous about passing an  
> uninitialized object into the base class ctor.  I'll get something  
> into svn tonight, and you all can comment on it if you care to.
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