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move to std from boost

CodingJack
Hi,
is there a reason why boost::shared_ptr are still used instead of the standard ones? Or is there any intention to move soon from one to the other?
Its quite boring to have to use always boost::shared_ptr from libraries which are written with std::shared_ptr and since C++11 is now already quite an old standard I believe it should become standard for PCL.
There is always also the solution to just create an alias for shared_ptr and then choose which one to use.
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Re: move to std from boost

Jochen Sprickerhof
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Hi CodingJack,

good point. We will have a developers meeting next week and will talk
about the new version as well as future development:

http://pointclouds.org/hackfest/

Cheers Jochen

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Re: move to std from boost

CodingJack
Hi!,
did anything change on this behalf?
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Re: move to std from boost

Sérgio Agostinho
Hey, 

Yes. That change was accepted alongside migrating mutex and thread stuff. Nizar had a quick go at it doing find/replace here and there, and everything compiled correctly and all tests passed green, which is a good first sign. 

Nevertheless it will require extensive testing, so I'm guessing we will probably make that change for the  first release candidate of 1.9.0.

Cheers, 
Sérgio

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Re: move to std from boost

CodingJack
Nice,
was hoping for that :)
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