From: Steve M. Robbins (steven.robbins_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-16 13:00:49
There's a bit of code in there that reads
// have to #ifdef here: some compilers don't like the 'N + 1' form (MSVC),
// while some other don't like 'value + 1' (Borland)
typedef integral_c<T, value + 1> next;
typedef integral_c<T, value - 1> prior;
typedef integral_c<T, N + 1> next;
typedef integral_c<T, N - 1> prior;
The MIPSpro compiler (version 7.30, using -LANG:std) doesn't like either form.
Is there a third way?
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