RTEMS/GCC C++ delete structure that contains a class

Joel Sherrill joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com
Thu Sep 20 20:09:06 UTC 2007

Brett Swimley wrote:
> Chris,
> Thanks for the reply.
> Upon further investigation, I determined that the class destructor was 
> being called.  By placing appropriate print instructions inside of the 
> destructor, rather than relaying on stepping through the code with a 
> debugger, I determined that the behavior was as expected.
Good!! Especially because RTEMS really has nothing to do with
that.  It would have been a gcc issue and broken everywhere. :-D

> Brett
> Chris Johns wrote:
>> Yes I think it should if the destructor does need to do something. 
>> What actually ends up in the code depends on what happens around the 
>> code and its use. You have asked the code to be inlined.
>> It is difficult to determine if anything is actually broken without 
>> the tools version and target. I built an example of the code on Fedora 
>> 7 without optimisation options and inspecting the code showed it had 
>> the correct calls.
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