std::pmr::unsynchronized_pool_resource::unsynchronized_pool_resource (3) - Linux Manuals

std::pmr::unsynchronized_pool_resource::unsynchronized_pool_resource: std::pmr::unsynchronized_pool_resource::unsynchronized_pool_resource


std::pmr::unsynchronized_pool_resource::unsynchronized_pool_resource - std::pmr::unsynchronized_pool_resource::unsynchronized_pool_resource


unsynchronized_pool_resource(); (1) (since C++17)
explicit unsynchronized_pool_resource(std::pmr::memory_resource* upstream); (2) (since C++17)
explicit unsynchronized_pool_resource(const std::pmr::pool_options& opts); (3) (since C++17)
unsynchronized_pool_resource(const std::pmr::pool_options& opts, (4) (since C++17)
std::pmr::memory_resource* upstream);
unsynchronized_pool_resource(const unsynchronized_pool_resource&) = delete; (5) (since C++17)

Constructs a unsynchronized_pool_resource.
1-4) Constructs a unsynchronized_pool_resource using the specified upstream memory resource and tuned according to the specified options. The resulting object holds a copy of upstream but does not own the resource to which upstream points.
The overloads not taking opts as a parameter uses a default constructed instance of pool_options as the options. The overloads not taking upstream as a parameter uses the return value of std::pmr::get_default_resource() as the upstream memory resource.
5) Copy constructor is deleted.


opts - a std::pmr::pool_options struct containing the constructor options
upstream - the upstream memory resource to use


1-4) Throws only if a call to the allocate() function of the upstream resource throws. It is unspecified if or under what conditions such a call takes place.