From: MB (mb2act_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-01 06:37:14
Thorsten Ottosen wrote:
> MB wrote:
>>Thorsten Ottosen wrote:
>>>>>range_result_iterator is alive? If so, it's nice. :-)
>>>It's dead, sort of, or that was the intention. It's behavior is now
>>>modelled by range_iterator.
>>You mean all the customization way is deprecated?
> no, it has been renamed to range_iterator and the former range_iterator
> is now called mutable_iterator.
But, range_iterator has already been specialized by
>>Ideally, Boost.Range v2 is needed, which has all the range-style algorithms,
>>all the range adaptors, class-template-based customization using tag-dispatching,
>>supports also ADL customization, can play with Boost.IOStreams,
>>and throws away legacy compilers! :-)
>> range::copy(file_rng|range::filtered(is_even()), out);
> Working on this an nearly done. Hopefully a short mini-review can be
> made so to put it in this release. The above would be wriiten (I think)
> namspace br = boost::ranges;
> br::copy( a_rng | br::filtered( is_even() ), out );
Range revolution has begun! :-)
I wonder why the current version that works enough
must be changed with pains, when you are making the new striking range library.
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