[zeromq-dev] msg_t destructor

Daniel Krikun krikun.daniel at gmail.com
Mon Jul 22 10:02:26 CEST 2013

No clue about that? Obviously there is a reason for that, because
`zmq::msg_t::close` is invoked explicitly,
>From `zmq::pipe_t::process_pipe_term_ack`:

    // We'll deallocate the inbound pipe, the peer will deallocate the
    // pipe (which is an inbound pipe from its point of view).
    // First, delete all the unread messages in the pipe. We have to do it
    // hand because msg_t doesn't have automatic destructor. Then deallocate
    // the ypipe itself.
    msg_t msg;
    while (inpipe->read (&msg)) {
       int rc = msg.close ();
       errno_assert (rc == 0);

On Sat, Jul 20, 2013 at 6:12 PM, Daniel Krikun <krikun.daniel at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello,
> I've searched for the answer to the question, why there is no automatic
> destructor in msg_t class?
> Thx,
> --
> Daniel Krikun

Daniel Krikun
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