Subject: Re: [boost] [enable_if] compile failure in trunk
From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-12-05 11:07:35
> > /home/tim/workspace/boost-trunk/boost/parameter/name.hpp:52:1: error:
> > template argument 2 is invalid
> Note this is the first error, and that's unrelated to enable_if.
not quite: the second template argument which gcc complains about is an
> > /home/tim/workspace/boost-trunk/boost/fusion/iterator/equal_to.hpp:77:9:
> > error: expected nested-name-specifier before âenable_ifâ
> This message says a declaration of enable_if is missing.
> Either it's not properly qualified, or equal_to.hpp is not including it
> and was relying on other files to include it, which of course is very
> fragile. (missing includes is a very common bug in many Boost libraries
ok, there are some references to en/disable_if, which do not use the full
namespace. i've submitted two patches to parameter and fusion [1,2], but there
are possibly more issues.
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