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Smart Pointers to boost your code

, 27 Sep 2004 CPOL
A beginner's introduction to the smart pointers provided by the boost library.
// (C) Copyright Ronald Garcia 2002. Permission to copy, use, modify, sell and
// distribute this software is granted provided this copyright notice appears
// in all copies. This software is provided "as is" without express or implied
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#include "boost/iterator_adaptors.hpp"
#include "boost/shared_ptr.hpp"
#include <utility>

namespace boost {

template <typename Container>
class shared_container_iterator : public iterator_adaptor<
                                    typename Container::iterator> {

  typedef iterator_adaptor<
    typename Container::iterator> super_t;

  typedef typename Container::iterator iterator_t;
  typedef boost::shared_ptr<Container> container_ref_t;

  container_ref_t container_ref;
  shared_container_iterator() { }

  shared_container_iterator(iterator_t const& x,container_ref_t const& c) :
    super_t(x), container_ref(c) { }


template <typename Container>
make_shared_container_iterator(typename Container::iterator iter,
                               boost::shared_ptr<Container> const& container) {
  typedef shared_container_iterator<Container> iterator;
  return iterator(iter,container);

template <typename Container>
  shared_container_iterator<Container> >
make_shared_container_range(boost::shared_ptr<Container> const& container) {

} // namespace boost

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