From: Fernando Cacciola (fernando_cacciola_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-24 10:57:51
In the users mailing list, Yuval Ronen pointed out that optional<> uses a
type "detail::none_t", documented as such, thus prompting people to use a
type in a namesapece which is supposed to be hidden to end users.
A straightforward fix is to just move "none_t" out of the detail namespace
directlty into boost.
However, this little change introduces a new type in the (main) boost
namespace, so before I do that I want to make sure it won't have any
If you see any reason for not doing this (putting "none_t" right there in
boost) please speak now.
If no one objects, I'll do it.
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