From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-15 16:01:19
On 10/02/2006 09:12 AM, Douglas Gregor wrote:
> Sure, but you can never experiment too much with a feature before it
> goes into the working paper, and we've learned that many features
> that look great in small examples---say, ADL---can cause big problems
> in the wild. We should encourage experimentation as much as possible.
> If it means setting up a regression tester with, e.g., the variadic
> templates compiler, we should do it.
> But, let's keep the uses of these new features safely tucked behind
> macros or in separate header files. We're not going to guarantee
> anything about their continued use until they're firm in the WP.
On my local disk, I've got code for variadic templates tucked underneath
*/boost/sandbox/variadic-templates. I got what I think is an variadic
version of mpl::list; however, the compiler gets an ICE when
it sees mpl::equal.
The code is in boost-vault under variadic_templates.
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