From: Joel Eidsath (jeidsath_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-01 12:04:44
>>In that case, the Range library and the concepts it defines are
>>fundamentally broken. It seems to be requiring that everybody at all
>>times make qualified calls to boost::begin() and boost::end().
>>Therefore, in order to extend the library, users must put *their*
>>begin() and end() functions in the boost namespace. This is distasteful,
>>but I'll let that slide.
>Don't. It's worse than distasteful: it doesn't work.
This is just a documentation problem right? The library uses the "using
boost::end()" trick and then makes unqualified calls.
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