On 24/01/2013 at 05:45, xxxxxxxx wrote:
lol, cpt capslock has arrived you can also just manually cache parts of your object
tree in your class and then create a copy of that root on each call of GetVirtualObjects.
however navigating in that tree will become difficult as you cannot use pointer/references
for it as you actually create a new tree each time you copy it.
however if you are doing this for performance reasons, this does not make much sense.
getvirtualobjects is already cached. getvirtualobjects only is executed when your object is