From: Oleg Abrosimov (beholder_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-19 00:49:10
Hello Pavol and Thorsten!
In boost 1.33.1 release string_algo was adopted to use boost::range to
deal with string abstraction. but in the current release support for
null-terminated strings is deprecated and will disappear from range
library in the upcoming 1.34.0 release, as stated in current range'
I'm working on string_cvt library for boost, and it has the same need to
express a string type or char sequence type in a general way.
My question is - what is a planned replacement for boost::range in a
relation to null-terminated strings stuff? What you Pavol is planning to
do in string_algo to workaround the deprecation mentioned? And maybe
what you Thorsten is planning to provide some special range type that
can be used to fill this gap?
Thanks in advance,
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