on Fri Oct 14 2016, Ole Begemann <ole-AT-oleb.net> wrote:
> On 14/10/2016 02:46, Dave Abrahams wrote:
>>> OK cool, is there any reason it’s even written down? I don’t see any code
>>> that’s obviously relying on it. (seems fine to delete it?)
>> It's written down because we've never formalized our index invalidation
>> rules. I didn't realize that this comment was related to index
>> invalidation. The guarantee mentioned is one we might want to give, at
>> least under some circumstances. We'll have to think about that more
>> carefully. In any case, it's not time to delete it yet.
> For what it's worth, this rule is also explicitly mentioned in
> "Insertion into a Dictionary invalidates indexes only on a rehash. If
> a Dictionary has enough free buckets (guaranteed by calling an
> initializer or reserving space), then inserting elements does not
> invalidate indexes.
> Note: unlike C++'s std::unordered_map, removing elements from a
> Dictionary invalidates indexes."
> (I realize the stuff in /docs is not necessarily official
> documentation (right?), I just wanted to mention it.)
Thanks for pointing that out; that's important.
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