From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-10 05:09:23
On 12/10/2004 01:58 AM, Larry Evans wrote:
> On 12/10/2004 12:32 AM, Peder Holt wrote:
>> Well, I guess it is back to square one. At least we tried.
> Propose a change in the standard on comp.std.c++ and see
> what feedback you get.
Peder, it just occurred to me that instead of the proposed
change of adding :0: as done in:
I'm supposing that if A<T>::B, which current means T is in a
non-deduced context, were changed to mean A<T>:0:B as in
the above proposal, then everything would work, AFAICT.
IOW, no change is needed in the syntax, only change is
needed in the meaning of non-deduced contexts. Instead of
non-deduced context, rename to nested context. In other
would mean B is nested in the "immediate" A<T> class and
not in any superclass of A<T>. This would avoid the
problem cited in:
Does this seem like it would work?
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