From: Beman Dawes (beman_at_[hidden])
Date: 1999-08-23 07:26:00
Valentin Bonnard wrote:
>Beman Dawes wrote:
>> Valentin Bonnard wrote:
>> >AFAIK, you are _never_ allowed to include a standard header
>> >a namespace.
>> Yes, but <boost/stdint.h> isn't a C++ standard header.
>But <stdint.h> and <limits.h> are. They are indirectly injected
>in namespace boost.
That's true of the particular implementation, but it isn't part of
the specified interface. So if their inclusion causes problems,
rewrite the implementation.
If you can figure out a portable implementation which doesn't use
those C headers, that would be better. But using them was the only
way I saw to get the desired effect.
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