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From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-17 10:55:28

> That works, too, but if someone modifies the file in the future, the
> ordering might change again. Apparently g++ doesn't care, so it would
> be easy for a developer to let the same kind of problem back into the
> code.

I plan to declare them both class-inline as the fix, however I believe that
your compiler is at fault here and that the original code was legal, so
there's always the possibility of this occurring somewhere in Boost again,
especially as no other compiler cares about this.


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