From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-18 16:28:47
Tobias Schwinger wrote:
> Eric Niebler wrote:
>> Tobias Schwinger wrote:
>>> Marcus Lindblom wrote:
>>>> Tobias Schwinger wrote:
>>>>> Dear Boost community,
>>>>> do we have a function object template to wrap arbitrary constructor
>>>>> calls / operator new expressions somewhere in Boost, already?
>>>> lambda::new_ptr ?
>>> Yep, 'new_ptr' and 'constructor' are almost exactly what I want.
>>> Those templates are missing a 'result_type' typedef to become usable as
>>> "stand-alone function objects" (outside of Boost.Lambda expressions).
>>> Further, the limits are a bit too low for constructing Fusion Sequences
>>> and having them configurable would be nice to have, too...
>> Yes and IMO these things should be called new_ and construct.
> Yep, 'new_ptr' is sorta strange ;-).
> I'm not too convinced that 'construct' gives a better name than
> 'constructor', because looking at
> I get the impression that something gets constructed, but in reality
> it's just about capturing T's constructor in order to pass it around.
So what? They're just lazy!
I second Eric. "new_" and "construct" are better names.
Subjective, nonetheless, but that's how it's spelled in Phoenix
(ahem :) ahem). So, do I change all the names because phoenix
functions are lazy?
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