Subject: [boost] howto: boost.lambda + stl on VS 2010 (SP1) ?
From: Raffi Enficiaud (raffi.enficiaud_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-05-04 19:37:15
Sorry for bothering with this. I recently encountered some problems in using
boost.lambda with Visual 2010 Express, and need some clues for solving the
issue (there are many ways around of course).
I simply want to accumulate the values of a std::map, and I thought using
lambda to access the second member of the map iterator was appropriate. Here
is the piece of code:
typedef std::map<T1, unsigned short> m_t;
m_t m ; // fill m
std::for_each(m.begin(), m.end(), var(acc) += & _1->*&
The last line does not compile on Visual (it does on GCC), I have to add a
typedef typename m_t::value_type aa;
std::for_each(m.begin(), m.end(), var(acc) += & _1->*& aa::second);
Which one is "more correct" ?
To this point, I thought that using accumulate would be cleaner:
std::accumulate(m.begin(), m.end(), double(0), & _1->*&aa::second);
But I have several compilation errors, and on the top of it:
1>(..)/boost-1_46_1\boost/lambda/detail/member_ptr.hpp(512): error C2296:
'->*' : illegal, left operand has type 'const rt0 '
1> boost/lambda/detail/member_ptr.hpp(622) : see reference to function
template instantiation 'RET
,B>(A &,B &)' being compiled
1> RET=unsigned short &,
I do not really understand what rt0/rt1 are. The former should be the
iterator::value_type and the latter the pointer to member.
Most of all, the call with accumulate looks very similar to the for_each one
So, is the problem between the keyboard and the chair ?
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