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From: David Abrahams (abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-12-19 07:31:27

----- Original Message -----
From: "William Ward" <william.ward_at_[hidden]>

> i've tried the explicit instantiation workaround, but i cannot get it
> working for template classes,
> i think this workaround is only for non template clases

That's correct, sorry.

Do you know if the object size increases with /any/ use of the operator
templates, or is it only a specific template that's causing the increase?

I find it curious that there's any increase at all in this case...

Here's a shot-in-the-dark workaround. I have no idea if it's even really
legal C++:

tempate< int X>
class Test
    struct GenerateOps
           : 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>
> > > > > > {};
    static GenerateOps;

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