From: Sebastian Faust (sfaust_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-04 12:01:52
> When you're using a broken compiler you need to resort to slightly
> uglier code. Try this definition of make_vehicle:
I am using MS VC++ Net.2002. Maybe this helps you. Will this error occur in
the 2003 version too?
> struct make_vehicle
> template< typename Base, typename T >
> struct apply
> static vehicle* make( vehicle* ptr )
> return new T( Base::make( ptr ) );
> Now use make_vehicle instead of make_vehicle<_2,_1>
I tried that, but again I get a compile-error:
error: C2039: 'type': is not a member of boost::mpl::apply2<F, T1, T2>.
What have I done wrong? Sorry for these silly questions. Btw. can you maybe
explain me why this error occurs?
Thanks in advance
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