From: Daniel James (daniel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-13 18:57:57
Paul Mensonides wrote:
>>1. Use of PP_SEQ interface to "parse" function name and arguments
>> int X::foo(char* buf, size_t len)
>> BOOST_TRACE_MEM_FUN( (foo)(buf, len) );
> You can't do this without variadic macros (ala C99). We should have these in
> C++ eventually, but we don't right now and the pp-lib doesn't support them.
I think he's just using BOOST_PP_SEQ_TAIL to get the arguments. This
means that they're never directly accessed by the sequence macros. For
ARGUMENT_STRING((foo)(buf, len)) // Expands to "(buf, len)"
That works on g++, although I don't know how portable it is.
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