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From: martin f krafft (madduck_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-14 13:35:50
also sprach Doug Gregor <dgregor_at_[hidden]> [2005.06.14.2006 +0200]:
> property map). If you have a const graph or property map, you get
> const property values; non-const graphs and property maps give
> non-const property values. If we put the properties in the
> descriptors, we need to have const and non-const descriptors,
Your explanation makes perfect sense. One thing I am left to wonder
though is why edge descriptors aren't const by definition. After
all, I should not be allowed to modify them at all. Moreover,
I should not be allowed to modify them if part of a const graph.
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