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Subject: Re: [boost] [bind] Placeholders suggestion, std and boost
From: Peter Dimov (lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-05-29 17:55:38

> Fletcher, John P wrote:
> > This action is breaking some code, in particular
> > bind_interoperation_test on boost phoenix develop for non-C++11 test
> > cases
> Would you be so kind as to distill this failure into a minimal test case
> that doesn't depend on Phoenix, so that I can add it to the Bind test
> suite? In this way we'll make sure that regressions are caught earlier in
> the pipeline.

Never mind, no need.

I'd argue that the problem is actually in phoenix::bind, it takes its
arguments by const reference (as opposed to boost::bind by value and
std::bind by &&+decay) and consequently fails cases like f.ex.

int * g( int * p )
    return p;

int main()
    int v[ 5 ] = { 0 };
    boost::phoenix::bind( g, v )();

but a regression is still a regression.

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