From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-05 14:40:21
Ion Gaztañaga wrote:
> My question is, do you find this mechanism useful to include it in
> boost in a general way, and if so, is there another way of doing this
> modifying existing classes (for example, if I want use these
> mechanism with shared_ptr)?
template< class P, class V > struct pointer_to_other;
template< template<class> class P, class U, class V >
struct pointer_to_other< P<U>, V >
typedef P<V> type;
typedef pointer_to_other< boost::shared_ptr<int>, double >::type
std::cout << typeid(pointer).name() << std::endl;
On compilers that can't handle the above, just add partial specializations
for "well known" pointer types (auto_ptr, shared_ptr).
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