Coding style using shared_ptr
sbergman at redhat.com
Thu Jun 2 08:23:09 UTC 2016
On 06/01/2016 09:33 AM, Aptitude Testing Team wrote:
> We have an inconsistency with the coding style in our shared_ptr typedefs
> cd core/include; grep -R "typedef std::shared_ptr"
> Shows (for "std::shared_ptr<Foo>") we have "FooPtr" or "FooRef" or "PFoo"
> Should we standardise this?
> FooPtr is my preference.
...and std::shared_ptr<Foo> is mine. (That is, most of the time I find
such trivial typedefs to be more of a distraction ("what's that FooPtr
thing? a plain *, some std smart ptr, or maybe an rtl::Reference? lets
look it up") than a help. I think we even have an EasyHack to get rid
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