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alecont wrote:Hi CPrest,
You don't always need a garbage collector to get a simple memory resource management
For example, if you extensively use smart pointers like tr1::shared_ptr, you can safely manage memory with familiar C++ concepts (like for example determistic destruction).
With tr1::shared_ptr, you call new() once and you don't need to worry about calling delete to release the memory. The smart pointer will take care of releasing the memory when the reference count goes to 0.
tr1::shared_ptr is part of the TR1 addition to the Standard C++ Libraries. TR1 will be released on top of VC++ 2008 very soon. Check out vcblog for more info on this!
Damien Watkins wrote:
Please look at Herb's more recent blog on GC and C++0x: http://herbsutter.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!2D4327CC297151BB!330.entry" href="http://herbsutter.spaces.live.com/blog/cns%212D4327CC297151BB%21330.entry"> http://herbsutter.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!2D4327CC297151BB!330.entry
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