Subject: Re: [boost] [Review] Type Traits Extension by Frederic Bron - Review summary and decision
From: Max Sobolev (macsmr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-04-22 03:57:41
On 22.04.2011 0:50, Barend Gehrels wrote:
> On 21-4-2011 21:42, Stewart, Robert wrote:
>> Barend Gehrels wrote:
>>> Next step: then "has_" is more convenient, because complying to
>>> existing practice. So: "has_operator_not". Perfect.
>> Nope. As has been noted before, that implies ownership. A global
>> operator doesn't belong to anything, so nothing "has" the operator.
Global operator is a part of class' interface.
> You are right about ownership, I didn't read all the previous
> discussions, and didn't realize this when writing my mail, sorry about
> that. So, of course, the has_ prefix is indeed not logical for those
> cases. Is it, by the way, possible to distinguish between these cases or
> has that been discussed before as well?
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