guess what I just found out; there is no array specialization for shared_ptr; there is only one for unique_ptr.
not sure why though; it seems to me that std::vector covers more than unique_ptr<T> where as a shared_ptr<T> would be extremely useful in shared arrays...of course there is shared_ptr<std::vector<T>> I guess.
unique_ptr and shared_ptr would have lower overhead however
I think I'm going to write a specialization for shared_ptr later today; shouldn't be to hard.
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