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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [move] move emulation with bind?
From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-07-25 15:19:25

>> i'm trying to make one of my classes movable. however i have some issues
>> when using it with boost::bind:
>> class my_movable_class;
>> void my_function(my_movable_class const&);
>> this doesn't compile:
>> boost::bind(my_function, boost::move(my_movable_class))
>> the reason is, that the members of boost::rv are private ...
>> is this my fault or an issue with the move emulation?
>> thanks, tim
> If you catch by const reference, then why do you call move()?

broken out of a more complex use case (i am using boost.bind to create
callback objects, that are passed between threads ... the payload should be
moved along ...

> Bind
> copies arguments so I think it won't work with boost::rv unless bind
> recognizes it as an special class and forwards it accordingly.

i see ... i'll test it, when it is ready!

thanks, tim

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