Subject: Re: [boost] New Boost.XInt Library, request preliminary review
From: Chad Nelson (chad.thecomfychair_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-03-28 17:37:36
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>> As described on the rationale page of the documentation, the
>> primary reason I'm using copy-on-write is that move semantics
>> aren't widely available yet. Portability is one of my primary
>> goals, and while I've seen references to a move-semantics-emulator
>> in Boost, I've also seen suggestions that it relies on the compiler
>> to somehow recognize it. That doesn't sound fully portable to me.
> Please could you be more explicit. Do you know some compilers on
> which Boost.Move doesn't works?
As I described later in that branch of the thread, that statement was
based on a comment in the Boost.Thread documentation (which I
misremembered anyway). It didn't refer to the Boost.Move library.
Oak Circle Software, Inc.
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