marc at kdab.com
Fri May 17 12:10:57 CEST 2019
On 2019-05-17 11:36, Philippe wrote:
>> While it is true that there's no such container, it's even more true
>> that there will never be one. Because C++ made the allocators, which
>> back in the 90s were just a way to handle near and far pointers on
>> architectures, fit for actually abstracting allocation.
> I don't know why you say there will never be such a standard allocator.
That may be because I didn't :O
In fact, I'd expect that some of the BDE allocators will eventually make
it into the standard.
What I don't expect is to have stuff like inline_vector in the standard,
because it's easy to replace (with a few elements lost) by vector + pool
allocator + char buffer.
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