From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-16 19:53:52
David Abrahams <dave_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> and the stuff that depends on it. If I would have known that before,
>> I think it would have been much easier for me to accept that
>> is_class's workaround is not something broken in any way, it's just
>> slower, depends on more parts and is hard to understand.
> I really don't see how my comment could have led you to believe that
> is_class was broken.
>> But I was under the impression that is_class's workaround must be
>> broken in some way - although I couldn't see it. (Yes, I shouldn't
>> have claimed what is broken from just reading code - I should have
>> at least tried it out). I think I should not assume such things in
>> the future but ask instead...
> I guess so, or think harder about the comments you /do/ read.
Sorry, all of this sounds a lot too judgemental or something. Please
accept my apologies. I guess I'm just confused about how my comment
led you astray.
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