James Turner wrote:

> I think this is a good example of why 'using std::xxx' is potentially  
> problematic in headers (especially public library headers, i.e  
> Simgear), but fine in sources. So if I'm doing future cleanups, that's  
> the approach I'd take - remove 'using' from headers, and add it to  
> sources, unless there's only one or two uses, in which case I'll use a  
> std:: prefix.
> Equally, I'm pretty sure people avoid calling things 'string' or  
> 'vector' for exactly these reasons, so it's 99.9% unnecessary, as  
> Melchior said.
> Does this seem reasonable?

Seems good to me.
Thanks for the work.


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