On 11/13/2012 11:29 PM, Adam Romanek wrote:
> I've just read the Special Note for Boost 1.52.0 and Higher. I must say
> that I don't fully understand what's going on and how this affects me.
The note tells you where to go if you want to learn more:
> I'm using some of Boost's libraries with gcc on Ubuntu. Most often it's
> gcc 4.4.3, sometimes 4.6.3 but without C++0x mode.
> Does the change in boost::result_of affect me in any way? Can it make my
> code fail to compile or make it behave in a different way than before?
Only you can answer that. You must read the docs for result_of and
consider your code's usage of result_of.
> I just don't understand whether a switch from Boost 1.51.0 to 1.52.0 may
> do any harm to my code.
Your code can potentially stop compiling until you fix the invalid
usages of result_of. The docs tell you under what circumstances this can
happen, and what to do to fix it.
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