From: Efi Fogel (efifogel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-18 06:00:33
Just did, thanks.
On 4/18/07, Tarjei Knapstad <tarjei.knapstad_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On 4/17/07, Efi Fogel <efifogel_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > Dear BGL developers,
> > I believe that I've encountered a bug in the BGL version 103200.
> > File boost/graph/detail/array_binary_tree.hpp, Lines 157 and 158 contain
> > following statements:
> > edata[ boost::get(id, tmp) ] = i;
> > edata[ boost::get(id, value()) ] = x.i;
> > I think that the qualification should be removed.
> > The first parameter 'id' in both calls is of type 'ID', which is a
> > parameter. It could be instantiated with a type defined in a different
> > namespace, say CGAL. The global 'get()' function, which accept the CGAL
> > parameter is also defined in CGAL namespace. It must, because other
> calls to
> > the get() function do not have the qualification, and according to ADL
> > (Koenig Lookup), the function is searched in CGAL namespace. As a
> > consequence the compiler (g++ >= 4.1.0) complains that there is no match
> > reports an error.
> You should report this to the Boost bugtracker. The bugtracker is
> available here:
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