[PATCH] Add support for "fancy" pointers to shared_ptr. Fixes PR20616
eric at efcs.ca
Mon Aug 11 17:48:13 PDT 2014
Hi mclow.lists, danalbert,
This patch add support for "fancy pointers/allocators" as well as fixing support for shared_pointer and "minimal" allocators.
Fancy pointers are class types that meet the NullablePointer requirements. In our case they are created by fancy allocators. `support/min_allocator.h` is an archetype for these types.
There are three types of changes made in this patch:
1. `_Alloc::template rebind<T>::other` -> `__allocator_traits_rebind<_Alloc, T>::type`.
This change was made because allocators don't need a rebind template. `__allocator_traits_rebind` is used instead of `allocator_traits::rebind` because use of `allocator_traits::rebind` requires a workaround for when template aliases are unavailable.
2. `a.deallocate(this, 1)` -> `a.deallocate(pointer_traits<self>::pointer_to(*this), 1)`. This change change is made because fancy pointers aren't always constructible from raw pointers.
3. `p.get()` -> `addressof(*p.get())`. Fancy pointers aren't actually a pointer. When we need a "real" pointer we take the address of dereferencing the fancy pointer. This should give us the actual raw pointer.
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