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How to ensure proper dynamic library boundary crossing for objects using smart pointers' custom deleters

, , 26 Aug 2014 MIT 16K 284 27
Ensuring that objects allocated in one dynamic library are deleted by the same library has always been a challenge. Solutions prior to the advent of C++11 often make the usage of the library cumbersome. This is a solution using smart pointers' custom deleters.




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Philippe Cayouette
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