Re: VC8 Compiler bizarreness

"Alex Blekhman" <>
Thu, 5 Jun 2008 00:11:13 +0300
"Murrgon" wrote:

Well, I went through and modified all of the operators to be
const along with their parameters, including the global ones,
but that didn't change anything. I still get the same abiguity

What is the version of your VC++? I tried folowing code with
VC++2008 and it works perfectly:

namespace GTL {

typedef bool TBool;
#define INL

// TSmartPtr class
template <class TYPE>
class TSmartPtr
   // Member variables
     TYPE* m_pRefCountObject; // Reference counting object

   // <... snipped for brevity ...>

     // Boolean operators
     TBool operator!()
       return(NULL == m_pRefCountObject);

     TBool operator==(const TSmartPtr& kObject)
       return(m_pRefCountObject == kObject.m_pRefCountObject);

     TBool operator==(TYPE* ptr)
       return(m_pRefCountObject == ptr);

     TBool operator!=(const TSmartPtr& kObject)
       return(m_pRefCountObject != kObject.m_pRefCountObject);

     // Uncomment "const" to eliminate the compilation error.
     TBool operator!=(TYPE* ptr) /*const*/
       return(m_pRefCountObject != ptr);

     friend INL TBool operator==(TYPE* ptr, const TSmartPtr<TYPE>&
       return(kObject == ptr);

     friend INL TBool operator!=(TYPE* ptr, const TSmartPtr<TYPE>&
       return(kObject != ptr);

} // namespace GTL

using namespace GTL;

class TTexture {};
typedef TSmartPtr<TTexture> TTexturePtr;
typedef std::vector<TTexturePtr> TTexturePtrArray;

int _tmain(int /*argc*/, _TCHAR* /*argv*/[])
    TTexturePtrArray apTextures;

     for (UINT i = 0; apTextures.size() > i; ++i)
       if (NULL != apTextures[i])
         // Do something

    return 0;


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