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QuestionMemento pattern and releasing resources Pin
Abivarius3-Jul-18 9:47
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Hi everybody. I have a question about Memento pattern.

Let's suppose we have a class which's state has to be saved and later restored, and we resorted to the Memento pattern for that.

What if the state includes resources that have to be explicitly released (like file handles, OpenGL textures etc)?

Should I make them part of the saved state? This necessitates to handle memento objects in a special manner: if memento was restored, then it's up to the originator class to handle the resources, if memento is dropped, then it has to clean up itself. Pretty entangled logic.

How would you implement Memento when state has resources to be released?

Should I apply Memento at all when object state includes OS resources that have to be released?
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QuestionPython: how doI "select / switch in" a module/class to use at runtime Pin
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