template<class T> class OEUnownedPtr
This class has been deprecated. Use raw pointers instead. C++ only class. This class is not visible in any other languages.
This class is designed to provide the same “const correct-ness” guarantees that OEOwnedPtr provides. A description of this “const correct-ness” can be found in the OEOwnedPtr section. This class is really only useful to ensure pointer dereferencing does not inadvertently create a thread safety problem.
OEUnownedPtr() OEUnownedPtr(T *ptr)
Default constructors the pointer to NULL. Or constructor a smart pointer around the pointer ptr.
OEUnownedPtr<T> &operator=(T *rhs)
Construct a from the pointer ptr.
T &operator*() const T &operator*() const
Dereference the object and return a reference to the held object while maintaining const correctness. Note, dereference a NULL pointer is undefined.
T *operator->() const T *operator->() const
Access the pointer held by this object while maintaining const correctness.
operator T *¶
operator T *()
Implicit conversion to a pointer to T. Note, the implicit conversion does not break const correctness.
operator const T *¶
operator const T *() const
Implicit conversion to a pointer to const T. Note, the implicit conversion does not break const correctness.
T *Get() const T *Get() const
Access the pointer held by this smart pointer while maintaining const correctness.
Returns the pointer owned by this smart pointer. This object will cease to point to the object in question. The object will effectively become a NULL pointer.
No memory management is performed on the pointer with delete.