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From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-29 18:30:53

> However, looking at your XML it looks like
> > it might be fairly easy to create something like:
> >
> > template<typename Signature1,
> > typename Allocator1,
> > typename Signature2,
> > typename Allocator2>
> > void operator!=(const function<Signature1, Allocator1>&,
> > const function<Signature2, Allocator2>&);
> That's fine for the example, but that method would result in some ugly
> formatting for short names:
> template<typename T>
> void swap(const T& t1,
> const T& t2);
> whereas we would really like:
> template<typename T> void swap(T& t1, T& t2);

I agree...
> I've now finished some more XSLT code to line-wrap function parameters: if the
> parameter fits on the line, put it on the line; otherwise, indent to the
> position where the parameters started on the first line and emit the
> parameter. It's not done for template headers yet, but it will give the same
> results as in your example (with long parameter names), but it will give the
> nicer version of swap(). I'm currently working on integrating it to get a
> full example going.

Nice -- I'm really glad you were the one that had to figure out the weird XSL
code for that little trick!


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