From: Bohdan (warever_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-17 18:11:26
"David A. Greene" <greened_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> Hi gang,
> I've often found the need to construct container adaptors to provide
> things such as a fixed-size vector. After once again writing
> some of these things, I'm wondering whether it might be worth
> designing a container adaptor library similar to the iterator
> adaptor library. I can see a container traits library coming
> out of this as well.
May be a bit OT, but what about View Templeate Library ? :
I'm just curious, why it is so unpopular ?
Is it too old ? Is it surplus, from boosters point of view ?
I never heard it was mentioned in this ML.
> Is there something currently in Boost that will allow me to do
> these sorts of things? If not, is this something the Boost
> community would be interested in?
IMHO, container adaptors can be useful at least in interface of library
having classes with stl::container behavior.
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