From: Magnus Lidbom (magnus_lidbom_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-20 18:10:59
Visual C++ .NET doesn't have support for partial template specialization.
It's supposed to appear in 7.1
I'm not sure if that makes it 100% official but it was an MS employee saying
it so It's probably for real.
"Chuck Allison" <cda_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> Is Visual C++ .NET not a candidate?
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> Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 3:25 PM
> Subject: [boost] Pascal-like Set Class
> > Hello all:
> > I have received the go-ahead from my employer to submit the code for the
> > class. I hope to have it in proper shape for an initial peer review in
> > week. I need to "Boostify" it, especially for portability. Currently,
> the only
> > compiler I have that will build for is GCC 3.1 on Linux (DJGPP currently
> > me link errors). I would like to get it working on VC 6.0 SP5 (and
> > 5.5 or GCC 3.95.x?), though I know that the meta-template code that
> creates the
> > compile-time constants will never work with Visual C++ as it doesn't
> > partial specialization. Which is too bad, for I think VC 6's optimizer
> > simply amazing. Any compiler preferences? Any suggestions for an
> > class/library name?
> > Rich
> > pop-server.stny.rr.com
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