From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-07-12 19:35:25
At 07:19 PM 7/12/2003, David Abrahams wrote:
>Beman Dawes <bdawes_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> At 04:17 PM 7/12/2003, David Abrahams wrote:
>> >> A single-pass iterator is required to support r++ (inherited from
>> >> incrementable iterator requirements), but I guess that we've
>> >> unintentionally dropped the requiremnt for *r++ of readable
>> >> single-pass iterator, by allowing incrementable iterators to return
>> >> any type convertible to const X&. I think it should require that
>> >> return type be X, the Assertion/Note/Precondition/Postcondition
>> >> should be labelled "Operational Semantics" and the lower right
>> >> should be moved to the middle column. The same goes for the
>> >> lower-right entry of each of the following two tables.
>> >> I'm going to make those changes; if there are objections, please
>> >> me know ASAP.
>> In the main CVS? iterator-categories.html is still dated several days
>> ago. Or am I looking in the wrong place?
>I guess so. Why would I be editing a document in the multi_array lib?
I was talking about boost-root/libs/iterator/doc/iterator-categories.html,
committed July 7 by Joel. That is the document I was expecting to see
>I don't understand it, but Ron Garcia seems to have a fondness for
>checking duplicates of information that is hosted elsewhere into his
>library's tree. The source for that paper is kept in
>libs/iterator/docs/new-iter-concepts.rst and I keep an HTML version
Ron added that last January. He wanted something in Boost releases to refer
Wouldn't it be better to bring the Boost CVS libs/iterator/doc stuff
up-to-date? Particularly since there is no index.html in libs/iterator
pointing to other locations.
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