Subject: Re: [boost] [mpl] is there a or_seq like logical metafunction?
From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-02-08 08:50:05
On 02/07/09 13:58, Larry Evans wrote:
> On 02/07/09 13:29, vicente.botet wrote:
>> After suggestion of I don't remember who, I have implemented it as
>> /* Calculate the mlp::and_ of a sequence of nullary logical
>> metafunctions.*/ template <typename Seq>
>> struct and_seq : boost::is_same<typename mpl::find_if<Seq,
>> mpl::not_<mpl::_> >::type, typename mpl::end<Seq>::type>
>> If there are better ways to do that, you don't tink that this must be
>> encapsulated in the library? Why not add these metafunctions in
> OOPS. I misread the post. I was just thinking of and_ and or_.
> I missed the "sequence of nullary logical metafunctions".
> Sorry for noise. It just seemed so similar I neglected
> any differences.
Aren't true_ and false_ nullary logical metafunctions. If
so then I think what you're requiring is someway to
"unpack" the args from Seq<T1,T2,...Tn> into and_<T1,T2,...,Tn>
or or_<T1,T2,...,Tn>. Could:
be used to do that? If not, then it's pretty easy to do that
with the variadic version of mpl since all Sequences are
derived from package<T1,T2,...,Tn> so:
A prototype variadic version of mpl is in the boost vault.
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