From: Daniel Wallin (dalwan01_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-17 06:16:44
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Daniel Wallin wrote:
>> template<class G, class A0, .., class AN>
>> typename enable_if_graph<
>> , typename graph_traits<G>::edge_descriptor
>> typename graph_traits<G>::vertex_descriptor u
>> , typename graph_traits<G>::vertex_descriptor v
>> , A0 const& a0
>> , ...
>> , AN const& an
>> , G& g)
>> typename keywords_for_graph<G>::type kw;
>> return add_edge_impl(u, v, g, kw(a0, ..., an));
> Should there be kw()(a0...) ? It seems the syntax that works for me.
No, kw isn't a type here.
> I wonder what's the reason to require conversion/construction of keywords<>?
> Couldn't (color = 10, name = "foo") already create a type with proper
Yes, it could. The point of keywords<> is to enable positional
parameters as well as named (and also the SFINAE stuff). Anyway, I
checked in some changes to the sandbox that enables list creation with
operator,. Could you try that version out?
-- Daniel Wallin
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