Subject: Re: [boost] [foreach] use of boost_foreach_argument_dependent_lookup_hack
From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-07-15 00:24:23
> If there are config macros to disable the offending macros then that's
> the solution. I realize it's difficult for Qt and Apple to turn them on
> by default but this shouldn't be that hard for their users. And perhaps
> it should be advertised as the recommended way of working with Qt.
> Eventually, this should become headache for Qt devs and those who use
> these macros in API, not for us.
qt cannot change their defaults, as it would change their API. boost can
address the default *without* breaking the API.
the headache is not for Qt devs, they don't use boost. the headache is
for their users. just like, it is not your headache or joaquin's, but
the headache of their users.
lets please try not to be dogmatic about it, that won't lead anywere.
instead we should to work towards a robust solution, which solves
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