Subject: Re: [boost] [property_tree] Copy constructor and assignment operator in xml_writer_settings class
From: Sebastian Redl (sebastian.redl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-10-18 09:50:28
On 18.10.2010, at 14:22, mloskot wrote:
> Sebastian Redl wrote:
>> On 18.10.2010 12:22, mloskot wrote:
>>> mloskot wrote:
>>>> What is recommended or required policy regarding copy
>>>> operations for types which consist of const data members, within Boost?
>>>> I'm having problem with understanding why the xml_writer_settings class
>>>> do not have the copying operations disabled.
>> Why would it? There's nothing semantically wrong with copying a settings
>> object. It's just not very useful.
> Looking at the current definition , I'm not convinced.
> According to C++(n3092)/12.8/25, assignment operator for this class is
> defined as
> deleted due to "non-static data members of const non-class type".
I have no idea what your point is. Do you want me to prevent copy construction too, just because copy assignment is not possible? Or do you want me to make the members non-const so that copy assignment is possible?
If the former, why?
If the latter, I suppose I could do that. I'm not the one who made the members const in the first place.
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