Was watching the below youtube video and thought, "Oh don’t we use
stack_alloc? Should we use
Looking at the stack_alloc code it looks like
emplace_back would be fine?
If no one has objections I can try it out and run the performance tests over it this week.
Note: idt what he is talking about in the video is 100% relevant, but it’s interesting and made me look at whether we were using
emplace_back. It starts at the point that I thought was relevant.
emplace_back is summarized here and essentially avoids a temporary copy when moving an object into a vector.