From: Maurizio Vitale (mav_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-22 21:25:17
Eric Niebler <eric_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> Unless there's something stupid in my code.
I thought so :-)
> Essentially, what you're doing is:
> BOOST_TYPEOF(some + proto + expr) e = some + proto + expr;
> // Use e
> It doesn't work quite like this. The reason why is that "some + proto +
> expr" is a tree where some of the nodes are temporary objects, which are
> held by reference by other nodes. It's a castle in the air, and at the
> semicolon, it crashes down.
> You need proto::deep_copy():
It doesn't quite work because it seems deep_copy doesn't (seem to) use
generate for wrapping up expression, with the result that the type of
the object returned by deep_copy is deeply different from the type
But this is not the reason I didn't use it, more simply, I forgot
Question: once deep_copy is fixed (or you show me how to use it in my context),
would it be usable for initializing a static member variable?
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