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From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-13 14:21:12

> using boost::range::io;
> std::cout << adorn( r, adornment( "{", "' ", " }" ) );

This leads me to think about this:

using boost::range;
std::cout << write(c);
std::cin >> read(c);

>>You mean supporting your range_streamer from within my framework? Or
>>supporting ranged types in general (range types are supported within the
> Two(ill communicated) points were intended. The first would be extending
> io::range with io::filtered_range, and io::transformed_range. These would

As a side note, the RangeLib (formelly, Range Template Library) has them
and they work like a charm ;)
I will post an update in about a week and a half.

(were you talking about them?)


John Torjo
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