From: Dave Abrahams (abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-01-27 00:24:48
> Or with g++, even if you don't do a "using anmespace std;", the
> conflict still happens :( The only way to avoid it would be to say
> set() has to be in boost, and always do boost::set(), which is
> a bit nasty.
What is nasty about that?
The conflict only happens with g++ if you are trying to use set without
qualification. With the stlport, (which is recommended for all g++ users;))
it wouldn't even happen then!
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