From: Andrew Sutton (asutton_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-12 06:38:30
> Shouldn't the default arity be set to be big enough for all Boost
> libraries instead?
> Wouldn't several non-overriding defaults be a pain for users? Should
> the biggest of the defaults from any Boost library should be included
> first by the users?
Not sure... I don't think there are that many Boost libraries that
use Boost.Parameter so I don't believe that you'd have that too many
> Or is it OK with successive redefinition (if made larger?) of the
> (Hopefully someone can make sense of this..)
Successive redefinition between compiled files but it probably won't
work within the same translation unit. You'd have to undef all the
header guards, and that's probably going to result in some serious
violations of the ODR (one definition rule).
I'm probably going to end up overriding the default in my include
chain, but I think the best solution may simply be to change the
default in Boost.Parameter.
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