From: Richard Webb (richard.webb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-20 13:06:58
Beman Dawes <bdawes <at> acm.org> writes:
> > Sigh... it depends, as far as TR1 is concerned this started out false, and
> > then changed to true (in the final TR1 draft N1836 anyway). However, the
> > std whitepaper has for the moment anyway changed it back again... well sort
> > of anyway.
> Do you have any idea if the change back in the current WP was deliberate
> or an editing glitch? Also, does your "well sort of anyway" comment mean
> you think the current WP is unclear?
TR1 says that 'is_base_of<T, U> is true if T and U are the same type'.
The WP removes the 'is the same type' bit, but adds an 'a class is considered
it's own base'.
I read this as:
TR1: is_base_of<T, T> is true
WP: is_base_of<T, T> is true if T is a class and false otherwise (for int in
Is this what you mean? (i don't know what the pre-n1836 spec said, so i'm just
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