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From Martin Sebor <>
Subject Re: Potential eccp-3.9 bug
Date Fri, 11 Jul 2008 16:23:53 GMT
Travis Vitek wrote:
> Martin Sebor wrote:
>> Travis Vitek wrote:
>>> This all seems to work when using the trait with a 
>>> non-template type. If you want to use a template, it
>>> has to be instantiated first. I think I'm going to
>>> put the Edison compiler port on hold for now.
>> Yeah, it doesn't seem quite stable enough. Let's see what they
>> come back with, but unless there's something we're missing it
>> might be best to wait for 3.10. I assume HP aCC 6 isn't any
>> better?
> I got things working quite well on aCC 6.16. It doesn't support any of
> the built-ins, but I'm able to work around a lot of those issues.

AFAICS, it's based on EDG eccp 3.8, so it's likely to have the same
problems as those we discussed yesterday. A simple test case using
__is_empty(int) compiles fine, but as expected the compiler spits
out the same error for the __is_empty (S<0>) case as we saw eccp
3.9 do. Let me try to find out when HP plans to upgrade to the
latest EDG front end.

> The
> one big issue is that I can't implement __rw_is_class<> accurately
> without __is_class(). Without this I get compile failures in the
> implementation of some traits that require an accurate implementation.
> This causes 20.meta.unary.prop.cpp to fail to compile.
> Now that we have eccp-3.10.1 I'll have another go at it.
> Thanks,
> Travis

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