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From: Sascha Krissler (boost-dev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-11 21:10:51


i had this little idea.
when yo want to customize a class with a container like

template <typename T, typename Container>
struct Foo;

then you must instanciate it with:

Foo<int, std::vector<int> >

the second int is redundant.

template <typename T, template <typename, typename> class Container> struct Foo;
Here i do not have an allocator for the instantiation of Container.
What i would like is:
template <typename T, typename Container>
struct Foo {
	typedef typename mpl::apply<Container, T>::type foo;
and instantiate it with:
Foo<int, mpl::stl_foo::vector<mpl::placeholder::_1> >
For that i need
namespace boost::mpl::stl_foo {
	template <typename T, typename Alloc>
	struct vector {
		typedef std::vector<T, Alloc> type
so i can curry containers as i wish.
just an idea

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