From: Brian Braatz (brianb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-28 12:44:49
> -----Original Message-----
> On Behalf Of Aleksey Gurtovoy
> Subject: [boost] Re: FYI Lambda Question
> Brian Braatz writes:
> > We MIGHT have some missing files? I am about to convert to
> > boost 1.32 I am still on 1.31. In the 1.31 zip file I
> > downloaded (and am using), the header does not exist in the
> > utility dir.
> That's 'cause 'result_of' was introduced in 1.32.
> > I grepped the boost tree for result_of and only
> > found one comment in transform_iterator.hpp which is stated
> > as a question ("do we need to adjust the way
> > function_object_result is computed for the standard proposal
> > (e.g. using Doug's result_of)?") (line 64).
> > The link to the web page you sent me points to a HPP file.
> > This file does not seem to exist in utility. For experimenting,
> > I copied the file referenced in the page below to
> > boost\utility. It complained on the line
> > #include <boost/mpl/has_xxx.hpp>
> > That has_xxx.hpp does not exist.
> Again, it does in 1.32.
Thanks you *very much* for help here. This issue is pushing me to
convert to 1.32 (which is good- I am doing that NOW). And without help
from everyone who is added thoughts, I would still be in the bicycle
shed. (I still am but I now see the door). :)
Once I get converted and get my code working, I will post to this list a
quick how to on what the resolution to the original question was (this
way other folks can find the solution in the future by searching mail
It would be nice if boost doc pages pointed to a WIKI or
something for people to add things to the documentation (not officially
added mind you- just ammendums)(similar to how people can comment on
products on amazon.com for example) .
I.e. once I get code working on how to deduce return type from a
lambda functor, it would be nice if I could put that info someplace easy
for others to find.
OR- Is the solution for me to write up a page of documentation
and simply request it be added to the lambda documentation?
(which raises the issue)- is there any process for this?
Thanks Again Guys.
It is the people that give boost the real "boost" :)
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