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From: Zach Laine (whatwasthataddress_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-19 10:37:28

Regarding the op, this sounds like a bug Jared McIntyre told me about
at BoostCon. He said that there was a case he found in some of his
existing code in which the wrong overload was being picked (and a
warning indicating this issued), in the VC8 SP1 version of the
compiler, but not the VC8 pre-SP1 version. This was not a harmless
ignorable warning, but actually caused errors. He reported the bug,
and was told it would not be fixed as of VC9, but maybe after that. I
don't know any more details, so you may want to email him about it.

Zach Laine

On 10/19/07, Peter Dimov <pdimov_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Paul A Bristow:
> > Can I take it that the warnings I moaned about in Trac #1097:
> >
> > keyword.hpp generates many warnings C4180: qualifier applied to function
> > type has no meaning; ignored
> >
> > is the same problem, and
> >
> > can be safely suppressed?
> Doesn't look the same problem to me, but I could be wrong. How about posting
> a program that generates the warning? The ticket doesn't contain enough
> information.
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