Subject: Re: [boost] Identifying members
From: coppro (coppro_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-09 10:32:03
Joel Falcou wrote:
> coppro a écrit :
>> In C++ it is possible to determine whether there exists a member of a
>> class of a specified type (including member functions) with a given
>> name. As far as I know, there exists no such functionality in Boost. Why
>> is this? It can easily be implemented as a traits class for a specific
>> identifier/signature, which can then be made into a macro.
> Well, it wasn't made because it was'nt made *pouts*
> There is a starting for this that have been satrted like today by Daniel
> Walker and myself.
Ah. I apologize. I had assumed that it was so simple that it would have
to be in Boost, thus there would be some rationale for it not being.
However, it looks like Joel Falcou has whipped something up while I
complained about it, so props to him.
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