From: Howard Hinnant (hinnant_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-01-06 10:56:00
scleary_at_[hidden] wrote on 1/5/2000 5:13 PM
>A few other changes were made (I include references to the Standard as to
>why I think they should be this way):
> . is_pointer returns false for cv-qualified types (3.9.2p3, 3.9.3p1)
I find this counter-intuitive. I also reread these paragraphs and didn't
interpret them to say that given this:
int* p const;
p is not a pointer.
>Please see the header file for detailed comments. Both files have been
>uploaded to the Boost vault.
Don't know what I'm doing wrong, but I can't seem to access this. The
web page keeps telling me I'm not a member when I sign up.
John Maddock wrote on 1/6/2000 8:41 AM
>4) I still don't like using "type" to indicate a value - but it looks like
>I've been out-voted on this :-)
If it's a vote, I've swung around to "type" for types. Mainly because of
the ease with which "typename" can be forgotten.
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