Subject: Re: [boost] Boost.Move Where we are with move semantic emulation on C++03 compilers?
From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-02-12 13:25:44
on Thu Feb 12 2009, Ion GaztaÃ±aga <igaztanaga-AT-gmail.com> wrote:
> Daniel James wrote:
>> Does that mean you're not working on it anymore?
> No, I'm working on it. Right now writing some Quickbook documentation. But I have a
> question on perfect forwarding: has anybody implemented perfect forwarding using boost
> I mean something that generates a call with all the combinations of const and
> non-const references:
> function(const T0 &t0)
> function(T0 &t0)
> function(const T0 &t0, const T1 &t1)
> function(const T0 &t0, T1 &t1)
> function(T0 &t0, const T1 &t1)
> function(T0 &t0, T1 &t1)
Yeah, I did. And then Paul Mensonides optimized it for me, although I'm
not sure I know how to find that version. Maybe this is that version
and I forgot to credit him (if so, sorry, Paul!)
That's not exactly perfect forwarding, though: it erases rvalue-ness.
That means you lose the ability to move from the argument inside the
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