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From: Richard Hadsell (hadsell_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-16 09:58:43

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John Maddock wrote:
> The main problem I see is that your fix will work provided the user is using
> the default traits class, and fail for anyone else (maybe very very few
> people though). What happens if we conditionally change the traits class
> definition so that is_class is non-static?

I changed the is_class functions to non-static (and enough of the toi functions,
which call is_class, to allow c_regex_traits.cpp to compile). The compler still
crashes at the same old point in regex_match.hpp at line 490. It seems that it
doesn't like is_class at all, when it is called from an object.

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