Re: ATL Asserts
Kim Gr?sman <email@example.com> wrote:
hangaround <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
In my application related to ATL , the compiler always asserts me
with m_bInitialized); and I trace the codess find that
You are creating a CComObject-based class with new, like this:
CComObject<MyClass>* p = CComObject<MyClass>();
Should there be a call to operator new in there?
Quite. Sorry for the typo. I meant
CComObject<MyClass>* p = new CComObject<MyClass>();
It's cool that that's enforced now, though, thinking about it,
shouldn't CComObject<T>'s constructor be private?
Then you would have to make CComCreator and CComInternalCreator friends
of CComObject. And what if I want to plug in my own creator class (not
that I've ever felt the need)?
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