From: Eric Niebler (eric_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-18 14:06:13
Larry Evans wrote:
> On 04/17/2007 09:24 PM, Maurizio Vitale wrote:
>>> (and maybe 0 arguments as
> I've just encounted a need for something like this. For example,
> if you have a list of types for which you want to apply the or_ to,
> however, that list must by calculated, then the only way to apply
> or to it is with a fold operation. Since mpl::fold takes
> an argument represening the initial state, this would naturally
> be proto::or_<> in case you want to proto::or_ together a list
> of types.
Interesting. In order for this to work, proto::or_ would need to be an
extensible mpl sequence, right? It currently is not.
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