Re: VS 2008

"David Webber" <>
Fri, 26 Feb 2010 23:51:47 -0000
"DanB" <> wrote in message

Well I finally bought the new 2008 VS. I'm moving carefully over as I have
to keep a 7.1 build current. I'm moving my support first as I don't have
to keep it updated. I started with that hexml project.

When I get to this as a copy constructor:

*this= inSet;

std::vector<TiXmlNode*> set;

The pointer to the vector is copied now where as in 7.1 it would do a deep
copy of the vector.

This can't be right, is this a known issue? And I'm not sure how to fix it
if it is my problem.

I haven't had any problems. But I'd have written it as

    : set( inSet.set )

with a *const* reference as an argument, and using the vector's copy

Without seeing how you've defined the assignment operator, it's not possible
to see what your code is doing.


David Webber
Mozart Music Software
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