From: Eyal Farago (eyal.farago_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-29 07:34:20
I'm not that familiar with phoenix (yet) but I think your implementation fails to handle const arguments.
I think that the return type deduction mechanizm should first 'remove_cv' the argument type, then get the appropriate type from your existing metafunction, then 'add_const' if the argument was const and then 'add_reference'. (all of these can be easily done using boost::mpl and boost::type_traits libs).
am I missing anything? maybe the framework does this for you?
From: Reece Dunn [mailto:msclrhd_at_[hidden]]
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2004 2:06 PM
Cc: spirit-general_at_[hidden]; spirit-devel_at_[hidden]
Subject: [boost] Re: [ANN] Phoenix-2 Preview
> Reece Dunn wrote:
>> I have written lazy veraions of pair.first and pair.second (see
> Nice! Seems like a beginning of a utility module. If you'd like
> to submit it as part of the library, I'd need a test program.
Done. Note that the libs/spirit/phoenix/test/Jamfile.v2 needs
+ # bring in rules for testing
+ import testing ;
at the top to allow you to run bjam from that directory, otherwise it
complains about 'run' being unrecognised.
> I'd also
> request conformance with the implied coding styles for the sake
> of consistency.
> Many thanks!
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