Commit 0823b021 authored by Jelte Jansen's avatar Jelte Jansen
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add boost/iterator as well


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// Copyright David Abrahams 2003.
// Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See
// accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at
// http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
#ifndef COUNTING_ITERATOR_DWA200348_HPP
# define COUNTING_ITERATOR_DWA200348_HPP
# include <boost/iterator/iterator_adaptor.hpp>
# include <boost/detail/numeric_traits.hpp>
# include <boost/mpl/bool.hpp>
# include <boost/mpl/if.hpp>
# include <boost/mpl/identity.hpp>
# include <boost/mpl/eval_if.hpp>
namespace boost {
template <
class Incrementable
, class CategoryOrTraversal
, class Difference
>
class counting_iterator;
namespace detail
{
// Try to detect numeric types at compile time in ways compatible
// with the limitations of the compiler and library.
template <class T>
struct is_numeric_impl
{
// For a while, this wasn't true, but we rely on it below. This is a regression assert.
BOOST_STATIC_ASSERT(::boost::is_integral<char>::value);
# ifndef BOOST_NO_LIMITS_COMPILE_TIME_CONSTANTS
BOOST_STATIC_CONSTANT(bool, value = std::numeric_limits<T>::is_specialized);
# else
# if !BOOST_WORKAROUND(__BORLANDC__, BOOST_TESTED_AT(0x551))
BOOST_STATIC_CONSTANT(
bool, value = (
boost::is_convertible<int,T>::value
&& boost::is_convertible<T,int>::value
));
# else
BOOST_STATIC_CONSTANT(bool, value = ::boost::is_arithmetic<T>::value);
# endif
# endif
};
template <class T>
struct is_numeric
: mpl::bool_<(::boost::detail::is_numeric_impl<T>::value)>
{};
# if defined(BOOST_HAS_LONG_LONG)
template <>
struct is_numeric< ::boost::long_long_type>
: mpl::true_ {};
template <>
struct is_numeric< ::boost::ulong_long_type>
: mpl::true_ {};
# endif
// Some compilers fail to have a numeric_limits specialization
template <>
struct is_numeric<wchar_t>
: mpl::true_ {};
template <class T>
struct numeric_difference
{
typedef typename boost::detail::numeric_traits<T>::difference_type type;
};
BOOST_STATIC_ASSERT(is_numeric<int>::value);
template <class Incrementable, class CategoryOrTraversal, class Difference>
struct counting_iterator_base
{
typedef typename detail::ia_dflt_help<
CategoryOrTraversal
, mpl::eval_if<
is_numeric<Incrementable>
, mpl::identity<random_access_traversal_tag>
, iterator_traversal<Incrementable>
>
>::type traversal;
typedef typename detail::ia_dflt_help<
Difference
, mpl::eval_if<
is_numeric<Incrementable>
, numeric_difference<Incrementable>
, iterator_difference<Incrementable>
>
>::type difference;
typedef iterator_adaptor<
counting_iterator<Incrementable, CategoryOrTraversal, Difference> // self
, Incrementable // Base
, Incrementable // Value
# ifndef BOOST_ITERATOR_REF_CONSTNESS_KILLS_WRITABILITY
const // MSVC won't strip this. Instead we enable Thomas'
// criterion (see boost/iterator/detail/facade_iterator_category.hpp)
# endif
, traversal
, Incrementable const& // reference
, difference
> type;
};
// Template class distance_policy_select -- choose a policy for computing the
// distance between counting_iterators at compile-time based on whether or not
// the iterator wraps an integer or an iterator, using "poor man's partial
// specialization".
template <bool is_integer> struct distance_policy_select;
// A policy for wrapped iterators
template <class Difference, class Incrementable1, class Incrementable2>
struct iterator_distance
{
static Difference distance(Incrementable1 x, Incrementable2 y)
{
return y - x;
}
};
// A policy for wrapped numbers
template <class Difference, class Incrementable1, class Incrementable2>
struct number_distance
{
static Difference distance(Incrementable1 x, Incrementable2 y)
{
return numeric_distance(x, y);
}
};
}
template <
class Incrementable
, class CategoryOrTraversal = use_default
, class Difference = use_default
>
class counting_iterator
: public detail::counting_iterator_base<
Incrementable, CategoryOrTraversal, Difference
>::type
{
typedef typename detail::counting_iterator_base<
Incrementable, CategoryOrTraversal, Difference
>::type super_t;
friend class iterator_core_access;
public:
typedef typename super_t::difference_type difference_type;
counting_iterator() { }
counting_iterator(counting_iterator const& rhs) : super_t(rhs.base()) {}
counting_iterator(Incrementable x)
: super_t(x)
{
}
# if 0
template<class OtherIncrementable>
counting_iterator(
counting_iterator<OtherIncrementable, CategoryOrTraversal, Difference> const& t
, typename enable_if_convertible<OtherIncrementable, Incrementable>::type* = 0
)
: super_t(t.base())
{}
# endif
private:
typename super_t::reference dereference() const
{
return this->base_reference();
}
template <class OtherIncrementable>
difference_type
distance_to(counting_iterator<OtherIncrementable, CategoryOrTraversal, Difference> const& y) const
{
typedef typename mpl::if_<
detail::is_numeric<Incrementable>
, detail::number_distance<difference_type, Incrementable, OtherIncrementable>
, detail::iterator_distance<difference_type, Incrementable, OtherIncrementable>
>::type d;
return d::distance(this->base(), y.base());
}
};
// Manufacture a counting iterator for an arbitrary incrementable type
template <class Incrementable>
inline counting_iterator<Incrementable>
make_counting_iterator(Incrementable x)
{
typedef counting_iterator<Incrementable> result_t;
return result_t(x);
}
} // namespace boost::iterator
#endif // COUNTING_ITERATOR_DWA200348_HPP
// Copyright David Abrahams 2003. Use, modification and distribution is
// subject to the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying
// file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
#ifndef ANY_CONVERSION_EATER_DWA20031117_HPP
# define ANY_CONVERSION_EATER_DWA20031117_HPP
namespace boost { namespace detail {
// This type can be used in traits to "eat" up the one user-defined
// implicit conversion allowed.
struct any_conversion_eater
{
template <class T>
any_conversion_eater(T const&);
};
}} // namespace boost::detail
#endif // ANY_CONVERSION_EATER_DWA20031117_HPP
// (C) Copyright David Abrahams 2002.
// (C) Copyright Jeremy Siek 2002.
// (C) Copyright Thomas Witt 2002.
// Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See
// accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at
// http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
// no include guard multiple inclusion intended
//
// This is a temporary workaround until the bulk of this is
// available in boost config.
// 23/02/03 thw
//
#include <boost/config.hpp> // for prior
#include <boost/detail/workaround.hpp>
#ifdef BOOST_ITERATOR_CONFIG_DEF
# error you have nested config_def #inclusion.
#else
# define BOOST_ITERATOR_CONFIG_DEF
#endif
// We enable this always now. Otherwise, the simple case in
// libs/iterator/test/constant_iterator_arrow.cpp fails to compile
// because the operator-> return is improperly deduced as a non-const
// pointer.
#if 1 || defined(BOOST_NO_TEMPLATE_PARTIAL_SPECIALIZATION) \
|| BOOST_WORKAROUND(__BORLANDC__, BOOST_TESTED_AT(0x531))
// Recall that in general, compilers without partial specialization
// can't strip constness. Consider counting_iterator, which normally
// passes a const Value to iterator_facade. As a result, any code
// which makes a std::vector of the iterator's value_type will fail
// when its allocator declares functions overloaded on reference and
// const_reference (the same type).
//
// Furthermore, Borland 5.5.1 drops constness in enough ways that we
// end up using a proxy for operator[] when we otherwise shouldn't.
// Using reference constness gives it an extra hint that it can
// return the value_type from operator[] directly, but is not
// strictly necessary. Not sure how best to resolve this one.
# define BOOST_ITERATOR_REF_CONSTNESS_KILLS_WRITABILITY 1
#endif
#if BOOST_WORKAROUND(BOOST_MSVC, <= 1300) \
|| BOOST_WORKAROUND(__BORLANDC__, BOOST_TESTED_AT(0x5A0)) \
|| (BOOST_WORKAROUND(BOOST_INTEL_CXX_VERSION, <= 700) && defined(_MSC_VER)) \
|| BOOST_WORKAROUND(__DECCXX_VER, BOOST_TESTED_AT(60590042)) \
|| BOOST_WORKAROUND(__SUNPRO_CC, BOOST_TESTED_AT(0x590))
# define BOOST_NO_LVALUE_RETURN_DETECTION
# if 0 // test code
struct v {};
typedef char (&no)[3];
template <class T>
no foo(T const&, ...);
template <class T>
char foo(T&, int);
struct value_iterator
{
v operator*() const;
};
template <class T>
struct lvalue_deref_helper
{
static T& x;
enum { value = (sizeof(foo(*x,0)) == 1) };
};
int z2[(lvalue_deref_helper<v*>::value == 1) ? 1 : -1];
int z[(lvalue_deref_helper<value_iterator>::value) == 1 ? -1 : 1 ];
# endif
#endif
#if BOOST_WORKAROUND(__MWERKS__, <=0x2407)
# define BOOST_NO_IS_CONVERTIBLE // "is_convertible doesn't work for simple types"
#endif
#if BOOST_WORKAROUND(__GNUC__, == 2) \
|| BOOST_WORKAROUND(__GNUC__, == 3) && BOOST_WORKAROUND(__GNUC_MINOR__, < 4) && !defined(__EDG_VERSION__) \
|| BOOST_WORKAROUND(__BORLANDC__, BOOST_TESTED_AT(0x551))
# define BOOST_NO_IS_CONVERTIBLE_TEMPLATE // The following program fails to compile:
# if 0 // test code
#include <boost/type_traits/is_convertible.hpp>
template <class T>
struct foo
{
foo(T);
template <class U>
foo(foo<U> const& other) : p(other.p) { }
T p;
};
bool x = boost::is_convertible<foo<int const*>, foo<int*> >::value;
# endif
#endif
#if !defined(BOOST_MSVC) && (defined(BOOST_NO_SFINAE) || defined(BOOST_NO_IS_CONVERTIBLE) || defined(BOOST_NO_IS_CONVERTIBLE_TEMPLATE))
# define BOOST_NO_STRICT_ITERATOR_INTEROPERABILITY
#endif
# if !BOOST_WORKAROUND(BOOST_MSVC, <= 1300)
# define BOOST_ARG_DEPENDENT_TYPENAME typename
# else
# define BOOST_ARG_DEPENDENT_TYPENAME
# endif
# if BOOST_WORKAROUND(__GNUC__, == 2) && BOOST_WORKAROUND(__GNUC_MINOR__, BOOST_TESTED_AT(95)) \
|| BOOST_WORKAROUND(__BORLANDC__, BOOST_TESTED_AT(0x564))
// GCC-2.95 eagerly instantiates templated constructors and conversion
// operators in convertibility checks, causing premature errors.
//
// Borland's problems are harder to diagnose due to lack of an
// instantiation stack backtrace. They may be due in part to the fact
// that it drops cv-qualification willy-nilly in templates.
# define BOOST_NO_ONE_WAY_ITERATOR_INTEROP
# endif
// no include guard; multiple inclusion intended
// (C) Copyright Thomas Witt 2002.
// Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See
// accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at
// http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
// no include guard multiple inclusion intended
//
// This is a temporary workaround until the bulk of this is
// available in boost config.
// 23/02/03 thw
//
#undef BOOST_NO_IS_CONVERTIBLE
#undef BOOST_NO_IS_CONVERTIBLE_TEMPLATE
#undef BOOST_NO_STRICT_ITERATOR_INTEROPERABILITY
#undef BOOST_ARG_DEPENDENT_TYPENAME
#undef BOOST_NO_LVALUE_RETURN_DETECTION
#undef BOOST_NO_ONE_WAY_ITERATOR_INTEROP
#ifdef BOOST_ITERATOR_CONFIG_DEF
# undef BOOST_ITERATOR_CONFIG_DEF
#else
# error missing or nested #include config_def
#endif
// (C) Copyright David Abrahams 2002.
// (C) Copyright Jeremy Siek 2002.
// (C) Copyright Thomas Witt 2002.
// Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See
// accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at
// http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
#ifndef BOOST_ENABLE_IF_23022003THW_HPP
#define BOOST_ENABLE_IF_23022003THW_HPP
#include <boost/detail/workaround.hpp>
#include <boost/mpl/identity.hpp>
#include <boost/iterator/detail/config_def.hpp>
//
// Boost iterators uses its own enable_if cause we need
// special semantics for deficient compilers.
// 23/02/03 thw
//
namespace boost
{
namespace iterators
{
//
// Base machinery for all kinds of enable if
//
template<bool>
struct enabled
{
template<typename T>
struct base
{
typedef T type;
};
};
//
// For compilers that don't support "Substitution Failure Is Not An Error"
// enable_if falls back to always enabled. See comments
// on operator implementation for consequences.
//
template<>
struct enabled<false>
{
template<typename T>
struct base
{
#ifdef BOOST_NO_SFINAE
typedef T type;
// This way to do it would give a nice error message containing
// invalid overload, but has the big disadvantage that
// there is no reference to user code in the error message.
//
// struct invalid_overload;
// typedef invalid_overload type;
//
#endif
};
};
template <class Cond,
class Return>
struct enable_if
# if !defined(BOOST_NO_SFINAE) && !defined(BOOST_NO_IS_CONVERTIBLE)
: enabled<(Cond::value)>::template base<Return>
# else
: mpl::identity<Return>
# endif
{
# if BOOST_WORKAROUND(BOOST_MSVC, < 1300)
typedef Return type;
# endif
};
} // namespace iterators
} // namespace boost
#include <boost/iterator/detail/config_undef.hpp>
#endif // BOOST_ENABLE_IF_23022003THW_HPP
// Copyright David Abrahams 2003. Use, modification and distribution is
// subject to the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying
// file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
#ifndef FACADE_ITERATOR_CATEGORY_DWA20031118_HPP
# define FACADE_ITERATOR_CATEGORY_DWA20031118_HPP
# include <boost/iterator/iterator_categories.hpp>
# include <boost/mpl/or.hpp> // used in iterator_tag inheritance logic
# include <boost/mpl/and.hpp>
# include <boost/mpl/if.hpp>
# include <boost/mpl/eval_if.hpp>
# include <boost/mpl/identity.hpp>
# include <boost/mpl/assert.hpp>
# include <boost/type_traits/is_same.hpp>
# include <boost/type_traits/is_const.hpp>
# include <boost/type_traits/is_reference.hpp>
# include <boost/type_traits/is_convertible.hpp>
# include <boost/type_traits/is_same.hpp>
# include <boost/iterator/detail/config_def.hpp> // try to keep this last
# ifdef BOOST_ITERATOR_REF_CONSTNESS_KILLS_WRITABILITY
# include <boost/detail/indirect_traits.hpp>
# endif
//
// iterator_category deduction for iterator_facade
//
// forward declaration
namespace boost { struct use_default; }
namespace boost { namespace detail {
struct input_output_iterator_tag
: std::input_iterator_tag
{
// Using inheritance for only input_iterator_tag helps to avoid
// ambiguities when a stdlib implementation dispatches on a
// function which is overloaded on both input_iterator_tag and
// output_iterator_tag, as STLPort does, in its __valid_range
// function. I claim it's better to avoid the ambiguity in these
// cases.
operator std::output_iterator_tag() const
{
return std::output_iterator_tag();
}
};
//
// True iff the user has explicitly disabled writability of this
// iterator. Pass the iterator_facade's Value parameter and its
// nested ::reference type.
//
template <class ValueParam, class Reference>
struct iterator_writability_disabled
# ifdef BOOST_ITERATOR_REF_CONSTNESS_KILLS_WRITABILITY // Adding Thomas' logic?
: mpl::or_<
is_const<Reference>
, boost::detail::indirect_traits::is_reference_to_const<Reference>
, is_const<ValueParam>
>
# else
: is_const<ValueParam>
# endif
{};
//
// Convert an iterator_facade's traversal category, Value parameter,
// and ::reference type to an appropriate old-style category.
//
// If writability has been disabled per the above metafunction, the
// result will not be convertible to output_iterator_tag.
//
// Otherwise, if Traversal == single_pass_traversal_tag, the following
// conditions will result in a tag that is convertible both to
// input_iterator_tag and output_iterator_tag:
//
// 1. Reference is a reference to non-const
// 2. Reference is not a reference and is convertible to Value
//
template <class Traversal, class ValueParam, class Reference>
struct iterator_facade_default_category
: mpl::eval_if<
mpl::and_<
is_reference<Reference>
, is_convertible<Traversal,forward_traversal_tag>
>
, mpl::eval_if<
is_convertible<Traversal,random_access_traversal_tag>
, mpl::identity<std::random_access_iterator_tag>
, mpl::if_<
is_convertible<Traversal,bidirectional_traversal_tag>
, std::bidirectional_iterator_tag
, std::forward_iterator_tag
>
>
, typename mpl::eval_if<
mpl::and_<
is_convertible<Traversal, single_pass_traversal_tag>
// check for readability
, is_convertible<Reference, ValueParam>
>
, mpl::identity<std::input_iterator_tag>
, mpl::identity<Traversal>
>
>
{
};
// True iff T is convertible to an old-style iterator category.
template <class T>
struct is_iterator_category
: mpl::or_<
is_convertible<T,std::input_iterator_tag>
, is_convertible<T,std::output_iterator_tag>
>
{
};
template <class T>
struct is_iterator_traversal