After some time playing around C++20 I find out that corutine can't
have local aware destructor.
code like this:
task<> foo(Storage& t, Args args);
Can use operator `new` like:
void* operator new(std::size_t s, Storage& t, Args args);
But destructor can only have two forms:
void operator delete(void* p, std::size_t s);
void operator delete(void* p);
This mean if I would want store this corutine in `Storage` then I have
now easy way to inform `Storage` to release memory for that corutine.
Could be possible for C++ support destructor like:
void operator delete(void* p, std::size_t s, Storage& t, Args args);
or at least new in C++20 destructor:
void operator delete(task_promise* p, std::destroying_delete_t);
second options will have benefit of not needed defining how exactly
args could survive to point of calling destructor as they should be
placed on allocated space by corutine.
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