well, of course I find out myself as soon as I hit send....
min() is an STL algorithm. But I guess that means that
#include <algorithm> should now be added to util.h, right? (that's
where the min functions used to live)
On 5/6/11 17:05 , Gregor Maier wrote:
I'm having a weird problem. The min() inline function is gone from
master. It's still used by a bunch of files that still compile, so there
must be a C++ builtin, macro, or whatever. I just can't find it where is
I noticed that when trying to merge master into my rpc/nfs branch. I'm
using min() to and it seem that the signature I use is not supported by
the the current version of min.....
BTW, the min() inlines where removed by this commit (in my actual patch
I added overloaded min() functions but they didn't make it to master,
presumably due to the cleanup)
Author: Robin Sommer <robin(a)icir.org>
Date: Wed Apr 27 21:25:51 2011 -0700
Changing the HTTP's analyzers internals to use 64-bit integers.
This is the patch from #326, plus some cleanup.
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