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--- Quote from: 280Z28 on December 30, 2005, 01:44:44 am ---The idea of a cbVariant seems useful (to me) as a global C::B SDK general utility class so any CB plugin can make use of it for storing preferences or internal data. Having it as a compiler plugin specific class could unnecessarily limit its use to other plugin developers.

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Yes, the cbVariant and cbProperty (to be defined elsewhere in this forum) will be part of the SDK, but the new compiler framework REQUIRES these classes.

So, *ahem* hello? Anyone?

How about wxVariant ?


--- Quote from: byo on December 30, 2005, 02:09:11 am ---How about wxVariant ?

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Um... eew?

(I read the docs). I don't think we'll be needing all those types... Anyway, I researched more, and the Microsoft VARIANT type is even worse  :shock: . I think it'll be cheaper to implement it ourselves.


--- Quote from: rickg22 on December 30, 2005, 01:23:36 am ---OK, before we reinvent the wheel here...
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I know you said no templates, but you can still look at boost.variant.

But, a version with little (almost none) templatization, very simmilar class is boost.any.
Perhaps that's what you're looking for.  :)


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