Subject: Re: [boost] [config] BOOST_NO_SFINAE_EXPR and GCC 4.6.4
From: Agustín K-ballo Bergé (kaballo86_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-08-25 12:37:42
On 25/08/2013 01:24 p.m., John Maddock wrote:
>> How would I determine the severity of the bugs? The feature is either
>> broken or incomplete and there are no workarounds, so it sounds major
>> to me. My use case is somewhat contrived, I give you that, but that
>> doesn't negate the fact that there is no true SFINAE for expressions
>> support. Maybe this grants having a BOOST_NO_*FULL*_SFINAE_EXPR config
>> macro, drawing some arbitrary line on how much conformance is "enough"
> Ugh, please no. Is there a use case for this within Boost or is it an
> arbitrary test case? My gut feeling is that folks that need to do
> "complex" things can always use a BOOST_WORKAROUND instead?
Arbitrary test case. Unless there is enough interest in finally having a
`is_callable_with_args` kind of trait.
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