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From: William Ward (william.ward_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-12-19 06:32:01

 I'm having a problem with an increase in object size when using the
operators library from boost, using GCC 2.95.2. I use single inheritence
to derive from the Boost classes using the base chaining technique described
in as follows :

tempate< int X>
class Test
           : boost::less_than_comparable1<Test<X>
           , boost::equality_comparable<Test<X>
           , boost::addable<Test<X>
           , boost::subtractable<Test<X>
           , boost::multipliable<Test<X>
           , boost::dividable<Test<X>
> > > > > >

This causes an increase in the object size in GCC of 1 byte, which
increases to 4 bytes with alignment. This increase does not occur in
VC++6.0. I was
wondering if there is any workaround for GCC to remove this increase
because in my application even a 4 byte penalty is unacceptable.

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