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James Brown28-Feb-06 13:00
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I was thinking that in some ways, STL is the CRT so the two cannot really be separated...but here's a thought:

If you define the STL to be just a collection of header-files, and the CRT to be things like new[], delete[] etc

Then it would be possible to write your own implementation of global new[], delete[], plus provide a few other necessary house-keeping routines like mainCRTStartup. Add the compiler option to strip the CRT, and maybe one could cobble something together which, when linked to your 'custom' CRT, could be twisted enough to meet the original requirement...

can't imagine why anyone would want to do this..

james




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