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Re: [RFA 09/22] Remove make_cleanup_restore_current_ui
On 10/12/2016 11:43 PM, Tom Tromey wrote:
>>>>>> "Pedro" == Pedro Alves <email@example.com> writes:
> Pedro> I _think_ they've all been reviewed now. Please push in
> Pedro> the ones that are independent and OK already, and repost the
> Pedro> others.
> Ok. I think after all is said and done, there are 5 that can go in and
> the rest need something -- either final review on scoped_restore or
Yeah, sounds right. I was trying get the gdb::unique_ptr in, in order
to unblock the cases I suggested you use unique_ptr, but I'm a bit
confused on what to do about it now... I _think_ people are generally
OK with it. There was some opposition, but I'm not sure anymore
whether it still exists. C++11 is now on the table, but maybe a
staged approach (enable C++11 while supporting C++03 too for a while,
to catch issues) would make sense anyway.
But I'd really like to move forward with deciding on _some_
smart pointer to use, in order to unblock further conversion.
I'll re-review tomorrow with a fresher head (and give people time to
comment on actual implementation details (or just say they mean to),
if they want...)
> BTW, I'm wondering if you want scoped_restore in its own header. It
> didn't occur to me while writing it, but now it seems like a good idea.
It does sound like a good idea.