[xsd-users] XML C++ Data Binding
boris at codesynthesis.com
Tue Feb 9 15:48:05 EST 2010
Sumant Tambe <sutambe at dre.vanderbilt.edu> writes:
> Is it possible to configure cxx-tree to use STL containers instead of
No, this is not possible. STL containers store elements by value which
would be too inefficient for C++/Tree. Instead, the tree::sequence
container (which, BTW, conforms fully to the STL sequence interface and
therefore can be used anywhere std::vector can) stores simple types by
value and more complex -- as pointers to dynamically-allocated objects.
The iterator provided by tree::sequence hides all this and allows you
to access all the objects uniformly as references (i.e., when you have
*i, you get T& regardless of whether T is simple or complex).
The simple type specialization of tree::sequence simply derives from
std::vector. The complex type specialization uses std::vector in its
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