[C++-sig] Re: difficulty with has_back_reference example
dave at boost-consulting.com
Sat Jul 17 21:17:50 CEST 2004
Jonathan Brandmeyer <jbrandmeyer at earthlink.net> writes:
> I'm trying to get the has_back_reference example to work. I started
> with the example in the reference manual, which has some errors. I
> removed the const qualifier from the free function Y_self, fixed the
> name of the 'x' variable in structs X and Y to 'm_x', and fixed the
> semicolon usage in has_back_reference<X>. However, that still isn't
> enough to get it to compile.
> I have attached the touched-up example, and the error message (GNU G++
> 3.4.0 on Linux). This doesn't compile with G++ 3.3.4, either.
See libs/python/test/back_reference.cpp in your boost distribution,
which does compile. Would you mind posting a patch to correct the
documentation (or just checking in the fix once you know what it is
if you have checkin privs)?
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