[Proposal for ISO C/C++] C++ Memory Management Innovation: GC Allocator

[Proposal for ISO C/C++] C++ Memory Management Innovation: GC Allocator

Post by Alberto Ga » Wed, 23 Apr 2008 05:43:17


xushiwei ha scritto:

As you did not mention it, I believe you are unaware that a garbage
collector proposal for C++ has already been proposed and that it is
"actively pursued" by the committee. You may read it here:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Unfortunately, the committee also decided that it was more important to
get the new standard approved by the end of this year and the GC
proposal was not ready to meet such deadline. Therefore only minimal GC
features are likely to be present in C++0X (see
http://www.yqcomputer.com/ )
while the rest of the GC proposal has no set schedule.

HTH,

Ganesh

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