From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-25 11:43:04
"Sam Partington" <Sam.Partington_at_[hidden]> writes:
> I think I agree, we want to provide as little restrictions as possible.
> Also seems to me that anyone who declares a global template operator!
> deserves some problems!
I don't know why you think so.
> So, now with David's suggestion, I've attached what I propose.
> I've tested to a small extent on MSVC6 and gcc 2.95, which are all the
> compilers I have access to now.
> (First time I've used a patch file so apologies if I've messed it up)
It's very nice, but you left out the most-important parts: patches
for the docs and testsuite.
> PS Did anyone who uses OE-Quote notice what a mess it made of the wrapping,
> B>:: as three seperate reply inserts? and so miss out the B, and substitute
>> > >. ;-) Great program 99% of the time though.
Yep. I went back to emacs, though. It's still better overall for my
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