Date: 2004-07-11 01:16:21
Arkadiy Vertleyb wrote:
> This would definitely solve the problem but, as I said, I have concernes
> about the need to instantiate mpl::if_<> and is_array<> for every node in
> the expression. I think we can get away by just providing a more
> specialized case:
> boost::type_of::encode_type_impl<V, const T [N]>.
> On VC7.1 it seems to work fine (as it was before, actually), but
> unfortunately I can't test this on Intel...
If you change modifiers.hpp:110 from
typedef typename const d::type type[n];
typedef typename d::type const type[n];
and add using namespace std; to main.cpp (cout and endl are not always
prefixed with std:: in your test) everything will compile on Intel C++.
I also tried not to use native typeof under g++. Both 3.2.2 and 3.4.0
compile the test. BTW, I think it's good idea to add BOOST_NO_NATIVE_TYPEOF
BTW2, Intel 8.0 has also native typeof.
-- Alexander Nasonov
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