Subject: Re: [boost] request: BOOST_NO_SFINAE_EXPR macro
From: Mathias Gaunard (mathias.gaunard_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-07-31 12:43:12
Simonson, Lucanus J wrote:
>>> It would be very nice if Boost.Config provided the
>>> BOOST_NO_SFINAE_EXPR macro, that would be defined if the compiler
>>> does not support SFINAE applied to expressions.
>>> GCC supports this feature since 4.4 both for C++03 and C++0x for
>> Yes, such a macro is needed
> So we could do this instead of use mpl and?
> template <typename T1, typename T2>
> enable_if_c<is_a_A<T1>::value && is_a_B<T2>::value>::type foo();
This doesn't require SFINAE extended to expressions.
This already works fine.
>> Also, it turns out that the ability to provide a default template
>> parameter for function templates markedly clarifies code using
>> enable_if. (I learned this Howard Hinnant, but I think he may have
>> gotten the idea from Peter Dimov.)
> This sounds interesting. Can you explain how?
I assume he refers to
typename Enable = typename boost::enable_if<...>::type
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