On 12/28/2010 11:43 AM, Thomas Heller wrote:
> Eric Niebler wrote:
>> On 12/28/2010 5:39 AM, Thomas Heller wrote:
>>> I just saw that you added functional::at.
>>> I was wondering about the rationale of your decision to make it a non
>>> My gut feeling would have been to have proto::functional::at<N>(seq)
>>> and not proto::functional::at(seq, N).
>> Think of the case of Phoenix placeholders, where in the index is a
>> when< terminal<placeholder<_> >, _at(_state, _value) >
> when<terminal<placeholder<_> >, _at<_value>(_state)>
Have you tried that? Callable transforms don't work that way. It would
have to be:
>> For the times when the index is not a parameter, you can easily do:
>> _at(_state, mpl::int_<N>())
> _at<mpl::int_<N> >(_state)
> just wondering ... the second version looks more "natural" and consistent
Still think so?
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