From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-10 20:43:13
dan marsden wrote:
>> On 05/10/2006 03:04 PM, dan marsden wrote:
>>> Larry Evans
>>>> The boost/fusion/iterator/equal_to.hpp has:
>>>> operator==(Iter1 const&, Iter2 const&)
>>>> return result_of::equal_to<Iter1, Iter2>::value;
>>>> Obviously only the types are compared and not the values.
>>>> Shouldn't the values be compared as well? I've got my own
>>> I believe that the position of a fusion iterator must be encoded in
>>> the information available at compile. This is needed for fusion sequences
>>> to serve as conforming MPL sequences (and probably various other things).
>> OK, maybe I misunderstood. I thought that since operator* returns a
>> value instead of a type (obviously), that two iterators would be equal
>> only when they were the same length and each value returned by operator*
>> was equal. Is that not the case?
> I believe 2 fusion iterators should compare equal iff they refer to the same position
> within the same sequence. Comparing iterators from different sequences should be
> documented to result in undefined behaviour. I'll tighten up the documentation in this
> Joel, am I correct in the above?
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