From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-27 11:37:53
> I suspected something along those lines. Yes, some versions of g++ do
> that; some even allow you to delete a member pointer. No, it's not right.
> But why didn't you guard this in a BOOST_WORKAROUND specific to the
> particular g++ versions in question? (This is fixed in g++ 3.4 and above,
> I believe.)
Because I don't know if the issue is restricted to gcc, or to which
versions, we can try and find out by experiment, but be prepared for a whole
of bunch of regressions if it goes wrong... like I said I think this should
wait until after 1.33 is out.
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