Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that, so long as the
default allocator is used, then the data pointers inside distinct
instances of std::vector are guaranteed not to alias. To aid with
autovectorization (among other things), I'd like to pass this
information to LLVM (using TBAA). Can anyone think of a reason why
this is a bad idea? Is there a safe way to do this without teaching
clang about the details of different std::vector implementations?
Thanks in advance,