From: John Fletcher (J.P.Fletcher_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-25 04:36:00
Jared McIntyre wrote:
> I have need of a library that converts a compile time type
> to a string.
> I have been playing around with code that does this, but I
> wanted to make sure I wasn't duplicating any work that someone
> else has already done. I looked through the boost sandbox,
> but didn't find anything. Am I missing something? If not, is
> this something that there would be interested in having?
> Clearly it would be compiler dependent but I know I can get it
> to work on Visual Studio and I think I could do it with gcc.
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Such code must exist within compilers, as the error output is full of
such information. It would sometimes be nice to get the compiler to say
what is happening when there is not an error. This idea would be
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