From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-02 02:22:19
Eric Niebler wrote:
> Joel de Guzman wrote:
>> Stefan Seefeld wrote:
>>> Michael Marcin wrote:
>>>> If I include <boost/fusion/support/tag_of.hpp> my compiler (derived
>>>> from Metrowerks 9.4) gives me several errors claiming illegal
>>>> partial specializations.
>>>> It looks like it's partially specializing forward declarations of
>>>> the tag_of structure. I don't know if that's allowed (from the
>>>> error I assume probably not) but it certainly seems to be pointless
>>>> to me. Are these perhaps supposed to be more than declarations?
>>> What's the point, if you (partially) specialize it anyway ?
>>> FWIW, I have seen similar errors with IBM's XLC++ and am pretty sure
>>> at least in that particular case it was a compiler bug.
>> Yes, it's most probably a compiler bug. I've seen this before.
>> patch welcome ;-). I do not have CW now.
> The attached patch should fix this problem. It uses an MPL assert in the
> primary template to catch potential ODR violations, rather than forward
> declared partial specializations.
Cool! Committed to CVS? Thanks!
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