Subject: Re: [boost] inline specifier within in class definition
From: Mateusz Loskot (mateusz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-05-05 15:59:25
Olivier Grant wrote:
> To give my little point of view regarding Mateusz Loskot's question, I
> actually think the inline keyword is sometimes found qualifying the
> definition of in-class member functions (static or not) as the combinated
> result of using the inline keyword when required to specify a function as
> inline and the fact that most, if not all, compilers do not emit any type of
> message regarding the uselessness of the keyword for in-class definitions.
> Add to that the fact that some very old compilers (such as VC6) probably
> required the inline keyword even for function defined in-class (but this is
> just a guess), and you could have the beginning of an explanation.
Thanks for the interesting insigths.
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