From: Thorsten Ottosen (nesotto_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-29 19:31:43
"Pavel Vozenilek" <pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
| > | It would be useful to have many more examples in documentation,
| > | showing how to use it together with other Boost libraries.
| > Can you give an example of what you have in mind?
| I mean snippet for each of function provided by the library,
| applied to more exotic containers - just to show it works
| with them and how.
| > | 10. collection_traits.html, Semantics section, tables:
| > | it doesn't make sense to me what middle column contains.
| > ok, would a table with
| > --------------Abbreviations-----------
| > SC = std container
| > T = the type used in arrays
| > P = std::pair
| > etc
| > help
| > ?
| > | 12. collection_traits.html, Portability section:
| > |
| > | bcc6 ==>> BCB 6.4
| > I'm just curious, did you compile the test with that compiler?
| Tried now. I got error:
| fixed with:
| #if BOOST_WORKAROUND( __BORLANDC__, BOOST_TESTED_AT(0x564))
| # undef BOOST_CT_NO_ARRAY_SUPPORT
| in config.hpp (or something like this).
| BCB doesn't like to move function via using directive. E.g. in begin.hpp:
| } // namespace 'collection_traits'
| using collection_traits::begin; <<<=== this makes BCB crash
| } // namespace boost
| Either BCB will be unsupported or the inner namespace needs to be
| conditionally removed for this compiler. If you want to try the port,
| it should maybe wait all other problems get fixed.
yes, lets wait a bit.
| > Maybe that could justify having reverse_iterator_of<> and
| > const_reverse_iterator_of<>
| > + rbegin(), rend(). ?
| Yes, this looks as good idea.
| > hm...I think you're looking in a file that is depricated..
| > detail/function.hpp
| > is not officially part of the dist.
| ??? I use the zip from Boost Files section, downloaded just today.
well, its my mistake that the file is part of the distribution, but
its not intended to be there.
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