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From: Andreas Huber (ahd6974-spamboostorgtrap_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-12 18:09:25

Hi Yuval

"Yuval Ronen" <ronen_yuval_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>> simple_state<> ultimately derives from noncopyable, which is why the
>> warnings
>> are generated in the first place. Popping at the end of the header would
>> suppress the warnings for simple_state<> but would produce warnings for
>> MyState. Since I believe that *all* users who care about warnings will
>> disable
>> these in their code anyway, I think the most user-friendly approach is to
>> permanently disable them in the library header.
> I'm not sure these warnings are caused by derivation from noncopyable. I
> tried to compile
> class A : private boost::noncopyable { };
> in warning level 4 and got no warnings at all. I only get those
> 4511/4512 warnings when I write a class with a data member (not base
> class) that is not CopyConstrucible/Assignable.

Ok, that could indeed be the case for my code as well. I'll look into it.

Thanks for the hint!


Andreas Huber
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