From: Eric Niebler (eric_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-26 11:51:15
Pavel Vozenilek wrote:
> Then I get second error:
> C:\work\reviews\boost-05-02-24-1300\boost/range/iterator.hpp(37): error:
> class "mine::dummy" has no member "iterator"
> typedef BOOST_DEDUCED_TYPENAME C::iterator type;
> detected during instantiation of class "boost::range_iterator<C>
> [with C=const mine::dummy]" at line 64 of
> compilation aborted for
> C:\work\reviews\foreach\libs\foreach\test\regress.cpp (code 2)
> that looks as mistake in test (range<> really expects
> a richer "dummy" type).
> I "fixed" it by changing:
> struct dummy
> typedef void iterator;
This is not a bug in the test. It is a compiler bug. range_iterator has
been specialized for mine::dummy, but the compiler is not picking up the
specialization. This test should be broken out and marked as an expected
failure for this compiler.
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