How a weak_ptr might prevent full memory cleanup of managed object—Bartlomiej Filipek

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How a weak_ptr might prevent full memory cleanup of managed object

by Bartlomiej Filipek

From the article:

It appears that in some cases memory allocated for the object controlled by smart_ptr might not be released until all weak pointers are also ‘dead’.

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