It seems that many current uses of list<T>::merge( ) fail to compile
with -std=c++0x, but I don't see a bug in bugzilla for this. Itseems to
For c++0x, don't we need BOTH versions, since lvalues no longer bind to
rvalue references, or am I missing something?
I've CC'd the libstdc list, please reply there instead of the gcc list.
The WP only has:
void merge(list<T,Allocator>&& x);
template <class Compare> void merge(list<T,Allocator>&& x, Compare comp);
which covers a similar issue with splice.
When has it changed? Could you please give
a reference to some paper/discussion about it?
I'm asking, because my C++0x-based application
stopped to compile on newer 4.5-s and one of
the problems is mentioned above -- but I thought
that it was a GCC issue, not a change in the Standard.