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From: Henrik Kuhn (henrik.kuhn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-11-21 11:43:45


strange, Borland doesn't plaim me on in the swap part. And debugging
shows me the behavior I want.

> > for(std::size_t i=0; i<v.size(); ++i)
> > v[i].swap( foo_ptr_t(new foo(i)) );
> This is not legal, since swap must take a non-const reference and
> you are creating a temporary here. g++ 3.0.2 complained. I replaced
> this with;
> for(std::size_t i=0; i<v.size(); ++i) {
> foo_ptr_t new_foo(new foo(i));
> v[i].swap( new_foo );
> }
> and it compiled fine.

> In that message I supplied a patch, which has been applied in the
> CVS version and looks like it made it into 1.25.1.
> ...
> If you applied the patch and it still doesn't compile, then
> there is probably some other problem related to Borland's
> compiler's idiosyncracies...

I'm allready using boost 1.25.1 and this let me think worse about the
borland compilers idiosyncracies. But nevertheless perhaps somebody
has a solution hand.


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