From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-11-23 09:28:24
From: "Aleksey Gurtovoy" <alexy_at_[hidden]>
> Peter Dimov wrote:
> > > I would check in the fix myself ('cause I need it :),
> > Out of curiosity, why do you need it?
> struct something
> int id() const;
> mtn::vector<something*> some_things;
> mtn::vector<std::string> result(mtn::transformed_seq(
> , boost::compose_f_gx(
> , boost::mem_fn(&something::id)
boost::bind(mtn::to_string, boost::bind(&something::id, _1))
> > Impoliteness aside, making changes to other libraries without
> > warning has an additional downside: if the library doesn't
> > pass the regression tests, the failure gets attributed to you,
> > although it might be a prior change that caused the test to fail.
> You got me puzzled here. Could you explain how does the above work? :)
Hm. What might happen is this:
* I make a change to mem_fn.hpp.
* You make a change to mem_fn.hpp.
* mem_fn_test.cpp fails.
* You get blamed for the failure even though it might be my fault.
So it's best to coordinate updates. ;-)
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