From: Aleksey Gurtovoy (alexy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-06-27 08:59:12
Steve Cleary wrote:
> Last night I converted some code over to use the BOOST_STATIC_CONSTANT
> macro, and ran into a problem: any ICE whose value is determined by a
> template class that takes two or more parameters (*including* the
> metaprogramming helpers provided by <boost/type_traits/ice.hpp>) cannot be
> declared with this macro.
> That's a mouthful, so here's an example from "ice_guidelines.htm":
> but you can't declare it using BOOST_STATIC_CONSTANT:
> BOOST_STATIC_CONSTANT(bool, val =
> syntax error ^
> The problem is that there isn't a way to use an expression
> containing commas as a value for the 'assignment' macro
> argument (wrapping it in parenthesis, the standard way to pass
> commas in macro arguments, will result in a syntax error in this case).
What you need to do is to wrap in parenthesis
"::boost::::type_traits::ice_or<>::value" expression, e.g.
BOOST_STATIC_CONSTANT(bool, val =
It's not the fisrt time the question arises, so probably we need to put this
in the paper.
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