Subject: Re: [boost] [Foreach] Supporting range adaptors for temporary containers
From: Michel MORIN (mimomorin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-04-22 07:26:04
Ivan Le Lann wrote:
> IIUC, the line below is broken:
> auto const & broken_range = std::string("Hello, world!") | reversed;
> So it seems you're proposing to adapt BOOST_FOREACH to solve a problem in adaptors.
> How do you intend to fix C++11 builtin foreach?
I don't intend to fix C++11 range-based for.
To fix this, we need to modify the Range library.
I saw a few approaches to solve the dangling reference problem in the
foreach statement. One approach is, the same as yours, that range adaptors
have a copy (resource) if necessary. Now that we have rvalue references and
move semantics, this approach seems realizable.
Another approach, which is currently available, is to use `oven::shared`:
, pstade::oven::shared(new std::string("Hello, world!")) | reversed)
> In C++11, I think this could be fixed with rvalue refs detection.
> Shouldn't any function relying on the fact that its arguments still exist
> after the call do that check?
> So either delete the &&-function or ... [disclaimer: ugly but funny] make it move
> the range inside the adaptor somehow.
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