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From: John Max Skaller (skaller_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-06-26 17:06:17

Jeremy Siek wrote:
> Now, what if we don't want to use the default allocator of std::vector,
> but some other allocator? How can we pass in std::vector into foo but also
> specify some other allocator? With template templates parameters you can
> not do this. However, with the workaround it is easy:

This is really a fault in the language. A partial specialisation
of a template is also conceptually a template, we just don't
have a 'template typedef' to allow us to pass it.

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