From: Robert Allan Schwartz (notbob_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-01 10:09:29
> > I believe a "standardized" (within Boost), portable, and *readable* text
> > representation of T makes my proposal better than typeid().
> I think if readability is the main criterion we'd do much better to
> invest in decoding the typeids generated by GCC. I believe there's
> even a library that comes with it that does that job.
Why should millions of programmers have to make that "invest"ment?
Wouldn't it be better if gcc simply generated better type names?
That's one fix, not millions.
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