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Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
I see. What kind of map are you putting this into?
Hoss Ajallooiean
@katetsu
a map of <string, variant>
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
Aha. So you are relying on side effects to modify a run-time map.
Hoss Ajallooiean
@katetsu
yep
there is something called a reference in JSON and we use that to refer to other objects. we give most JSON objects(hana structs) an id with a unique name and then use them elsewhere with a reference. once i have my JSON deserialised, i am doing what you can see to populate my map and then once again i use the same infra to then bind the refernces
once i traverse to aggreagate the “id”s and once again traverse to point the references. - hence the lambda
Hoss Ajallooiean
@katetsu
@ricejasonf have you ever come seen this error with hana before?
cannot call member function ’some function' without object
the function is a templated function and is part of a class
Hoss Ajallooiean
@katetsu
the issue seems to go away with gcc 7.1+
just curious if you know the reason
Hoss Ajallooiean
@katetsu
or by add this-> before member calls everywhere
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
idk probably a compiler bug. I remember a situation with class templates that needed that in Clang, but maybe that was a bug too.
Enrico Maria De Angelis
@Aster89
Uh! The same @ricejasonf that answers on SO!
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
greetings
vishalsingh14
@vishalsingh14
How to setup Boost C++ in Visual Studio Code
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
You should ask that in the #boost channel on the C++ Slack chat: https://cpplang-inviter.cppalliance.org/
vishalsingh14
@vishalsingh14
sir, I am using C++14 this is Enough or not and I have been searching for a long time how to download C++17
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
its enough for boost if that is what you are asking
Aditya Kandekar
@kandekar007
Hi, I am Aditya and I am new to open-sourcing if anyone is open to help, it will be great. I am an engineering undergrad student at IIT Guwahati and familiar with C++, Python and frameworks like TensorFlow and PyTorch. Thanks!
Enrico Maria De Angelis
@Aster89
Nice.
Enrico Maria De Angelis
@Aster89
Hello, I've asked a question on stackoverflow and not here because it is not about Hana. But I'm probably misusing boost::hana::optional in trying to define a class variadic template. If anyone wants to give a look, the question is here.
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
It's hard to tell what you are trying to do there. Is your question about hana::optional? There are a few other unrelated compiler errors in your example.
FWIW hana::optional is meant to carry its information at compile-time so it does not behave the way std::optional does which carries its information at run-time.
hana::nothing is an alias for hana::optional<> which is a different type that any hana::optional<T>. That's one of the reasons you would not be able to initialize with that pair because it is not even the same type as the base class.
Enrico Maria De Angelis
@Aster89
@ricejasonf , one of the answer, which I accepted, does address what I wanted to do. Maybe reading that could make also clear what I wanted to do.
Erik Zenker
@erikzenker
I have a very simple code snippet which compares two hana tuples with each other. It works like a charm on clang, but fails on msvs: https://godbolt.org/z/r6MT1j. Any ideas?
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
#   if _MSC_VER < 1915
#       pragma message("Warning: the native Microsoft compiler is not supported due to lack of proper C++14 support.")
#   else
The value for _MSC_VER on that compiler is 1927. I have no idea why it is doing that unless their fork changes those lines.
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
vcpkg uses Boost 1.73 with those exact lines. I can't see how it is still emitting that message. Microsoft did that so you'd think it should work. idk
Erik Zenker
@erikzenker
Weird, I will try to work around by converting to hana typeids
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
The version of Boost.Hana they have there must be off
Arka2000
@Arka2000
Hello all , I am a newbie in open source and want to contribute in this field. Can someone point me in the right direction?
homeboy445
@homeboy445
Hello there! Developers! I am new to open source contribution and would love to begin my journey with this awesome organization and my skillsets are familiarity with languages like c++, java, python, and javascript and some experience in js frameworks like react, node js. I would love to contribute to boost as I love working with c++ and would want to explore it more. Hence it would be super awesome if you would guide me to get started.Thanks!
deepgrace
@deepgrace
welcome
Vishesh Tripathi
@Vishesht27
Hello all, I am a bit new to this field. I have participated in some few contest like hacktoberfest2020 and Devfest2020 but I am not that much expert. I know languages C++,java and python. I cannot say I am master in them but i hold an amount of knowledge with me. Can you help with where to start with
Vishesh Tripathi
@Vishesht27
I want to contribute to this community ,can you just guide from where to start?
darkwolfjazz
@darkwolfjazz
hello i am new to this community can anyone guide where to start from?
Pavnesh Chaturvedi
@pc-beast
hello, i am new to comunity
i want to start contributing here, please guide me where to start contributing
Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
This is the chat for the Boost.Hana metaprogramming library. If you have a question about that then this is the right place.
deepak7336
@deepak7336
hi
sobhanbera
@SobhanBera
Can anybody guide me too how can I start contributing to boost C++ library. Please
NipuniPremadasa
@NipuniPremadasa
Hello everyone, I'm Nipuni, a 1st-year IT student at the University of Moratuwa. I wanted to start with OpenSource.But I don't have any prior experience. I am willing to contribute to Boost, how can I give my best to this project?
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@deek121477
Hello everyone, I am new to this community. As a beginner, how can I start contributing to Boost?
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@DevanshSGit
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Rishabh Singhal
@rish-singhal
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This is Rishabh Singhal, and I am a new member here. Can someone point me out some resources to start with contributing?
Also, I love to contribute further for GSOC 2021
Parth Nimbalkar
@parthn369
Hi everyone, Parth here. Would love to contribute to GSOC 2021 here
Sanjiban Sengupta
@kahanikaar
Hello everyone!
This is Sanjiban Sengupta, a Junior undergrad from IIIT Bhubaneswar, pursuing Computer Engineering. I have working and practical experience working in C,C++, Python, etc. with knowledge of mathematical concepts like Calculus, Linear Algebra, Stats, Prob. etc. I am interested in contributing to Boost and apply for GSoC. Will be highly grateful for guidance on beginning processes in contributing to Boost.
surya
@gsteja025
hello every one im surya. i'm new to open source and would love to contribute to boost organisation from now on .
can some one tell me where to start