From: John Maddock (John_Maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-11-03 07:45:05
>I hacked the header file to use the top set of declarations (I wasn't
using the reverse_iterator anyway, I just needed boost::array.hpp to
compile!), now I'm getting C2552 (non-aggregates cannot be initialized
with an aggregate list). AFAIK boost::array is specifically designed to
be a "plain old data-type (POD)".
Hold up -- I just realised that VC7 specifically complains because I'm
using "const int" instead of "int". Hmm, g++3 takes this... but since
VC7's error message is so explicit, I take it that g++ is wrong to do
No idea, personally I would use const boost::array<int> rather than
boost::array<const int> (if that's what you're doing).
- John Maddock
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