Subject: Re: [boost] [mpl][fold.html] apply<op, _1, deref<_2> > correction needed.
From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-03-11 13:07:08
On 03/11/09 11:38, Steven Watanabe wrote:
> Larry Evans wrote:
>> The vault file:
>> demonstrates the bug. What's the correct
>> value for the ForwardOp arg to iter_fold in
> I'm very confused. First of all, in the
> assertions, you probably want boost::mpl::equal_to
> instead of boost::mpl::equal.
Thanks. Will change.
> Second, I don't see fold or iter_fold at all.
I'm not saying there's a bug in either. I'm claiming
there's a documentation bug.
> Finally, when you use a lambda expression
> inside another lambda expression, you need
> to wrap it in protect.
> mpl::apply<mpl::apply<op_meta_fun_elem<_1, _2>, _1, mpl::deref<_2> >,
> state0, iter0>::type
> is guaranteed to behave strangely, because all the placeholders
> will be substituted by the outermost apply.
So the documentation in fold.html should have used protect
somewhere in apply<op,_1, deref<_2> >?
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