From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-09 07:46:46
Daniel James wrote:
> Bronek Kozicki wrote:
>>> The library is fairly small and can be seen as an extension to
>>> Therefore the review is a fast-track review.
>> Documentation mentions two overloaded functions:
>> std::size_t hash_value(std::string);
>> std::size_t hash_value(std::wstring);
>> while hash.hpp actually delivers one template function:
>> template <class E, class T, class A>
>> std::size_t hash_value(std::basic_string<E, T, A> const& v);
>> I'd prefer documentation updated. Overall I consider this
>> functionality desired in Boost; I also like design (single template
>> class hash calling overloaded hash_function).
> Oh dear, it's actually the header file that's out of date. I changed
> it because it won't work for custom character traits.
Why do you think so?
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