Re: address of virtual member function passed as template argument

"Alex Blekhman" <xfkt@oohay.moc>
Mon, 19 Mar 2007 01:10:34 +0200
<> wrote:

I want to use Boost.Property and therefor it need to pass
addresses to boost::property::object_property<...>

consider the following example:
class foo
int value;

int getValue() const { return value; }
void setValue(const int& v) { value = v; }

boost::scalar_property< boost::object_property
char, foo,



If you make getValue() oder setValue() virtual, it
Well, i could pass pointers to getValue and setValue to
the property
using it's custuctor at RunTime.
But i had to write my own property-lib for that and (more
it wouldn't fit into my OOP-system that well. (would be
better if
every devired class _had_ to use getValue and setValue for

I'm not sure whether following code will fit into your
OOP-system or not, but here's the possible solution using
VC++ specific extension:


class foo
 int value;

 virtual int getValue() const { return value; }
 virtual void setValue(const int& v) { value = v; }

        get = getValue, put = setValue)) int Value;


foo f;
f.Value = 42; // foo::setValue is called



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