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    Re: Program-unique values

    UUIDs would be great, except that I don't think there's an easy way to generate them at compile time......

    Another approach is to declare a function-local type everywhere I want a static, and use...
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    Re: Program-unique values

    That's an interesting idea, but I'm not convinced it will work....if two files start with the same letter but have different second letters, then (assuming identical lines) you'd end up with the same...
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    Program-unique values

    I'm looking for a way to generate a program-wide unique value to use as a template parameter. Generating a unique value within a translation unit is pretty easy with __LINE__, but that doesn't ensure...
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    Get libstdc++ version from the preprocessor?

    I have a bit of logic that needs to work in a variety of environments. In particular, though, it seems that the libstdc++ that shipped with gcc 4.4.3 has has_trivial_assign, while later versions...
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    Re: extern templates

    Oh, and the strange thing is that if I look up C2960, I get an unrelated error from VS6. There doesn't appear to be any documentation of this error message.
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    extern templates

    I am trying to use extern templates in VS 2010.

    In most cases, people use extern templates purely as an optimization, but in my case I actually need them for correctness; in the header, the type...
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    Re: Pass value from one function to another

    Note that <string> and <cstring> are not the same.

    <cstring> is C++'s name for the old C <string.h>. It contains functions to operate on char*-style strings, like strcat, strcpy, etc.

    <string>...
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    Detect protected destructor?

    Is there a way to detect whether or not a template type has a protected destructor?

    I see there is std::is_destructible in C++11, but I can't tell if this will return true or false for the...
  9. Re: Inheriting one variadic class from another

    I believe I've worked it out. I did need a helper class to do the majority of the logic and keep the extra type hidden from the main interface.
  10. Re: Inheriting one variadic class from another

    I may have generalized my example code too much....in my case, the parameter pack is a list of values, not types. This is good in that it allows me to pass an additional type as the first argument,...
  11. Inheriting one variadic class from another

    Let's say I have a variadic base class with a pure-virtual function per type:



    template <typename ... Types>
    class Base;

    template <typename T, typename ... Types>
    class Base<T,Types...>:...
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    Re: Variadic templates and type composition

    Thanks, that's exactly what I needed!
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    Variadic templates and type composition

    Here's an interesting question I encountered. This isn't critical, but it would be "cool" to know how to accomplish it....

    Let's say I have a variadic type A and a non-variadic type B:

    ...
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    Re: Pure virtuals and construction order

    I don't really like base_from_member much, although I can see how it could occasionally save the day. In this case, though, it's a matter of completely inverting the normal construction/destruction...
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    Pure virtuals and construction order

    I have an AbstractAgent base class that manages a background thread. The actual work done in the background thread is accomplished through a pure virtual function call.

    Here's the problem: because...
  16. Re: Templates, multiple inheritance, and ambiguous overloads

    I suspect I need to add these to Derived:


    using Consumer<A>::consume;
    using Consumer<B>::consume;


    After reviewing what I'm actually trying to do, though, I'm going to make Consumer a...
  17. Templates, multiple inheritance, and ambiguous overloads

    Let's say I have a templated base class:


    template <typename Input>
    class Consumer
    {
    public:
    void consume(Input input)
    {
    // do something
  18. Re: Termination of namespaces with a closing brace only ...

    That's just what the rule is, I've never thought too hard about it.

    I suppose one *could* argue that a namespace is merely a scope, and like all scopes it doesn't require a closing semicolon,...
  19. Re: Variadic templates and overload resolution

    the same thing that's going on here:


    So what you're saying is that during overload resolution, exact matches are preferred over template matches, but template matches are preferred over base...
  20. Variadic templates and overload resolution

    I'm trying to learn how to use variadic templates, and I decided a great example would be serializing a series of types into a stringstream:



    // Send a fully constructed message.
    ...
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    Re: C Compiler for bare metal

    gcc will do what you need.

    I suggest you learn about virtualization environments such as qemu. They can greatly simplify the process of experimenting with OS-level functionality without...
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    Re: Memory allocation for the array

    Let's be careful not to confuse the issue. Even though that last example works, there is a semantic difference between a pointer and an array, and that example mixes their syntax. It should be...
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    Re: bad side of global variable

    1) Unit testing. A given function should always behave the same way when called with the same arguments; this is the basis of unit testing. If that function relies on global state, then it may not...
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    Re: Embedding version strings at build time

    Perhaps the fact that I'm finding it difficult to decide which header(s) should include the version header indicates I need to split one of my repos because it has too many unrelated things in it....
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    Re: Embedding version strings at build time

    My first experience with gitflow taught me that it's a mistake to include completely orthogonal bits of software in a single repo, because bumping the release version reflects on the entire repo, not...
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