Methods as arguments

This is a discussion on Methods as arguments within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Daved is right. You only need the compilation step for a few libraries: Boost.Test, Boost.Regex, Boost.Threads, Boost.Python, Boost.DateTime in older ...

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    Daved is right. You only need the compilation step for a few libraries: Boost.Test, Boost.Regex, Boost.Threads, Boost.Python, Boost.DateTime in older versions, and Boost.Graph for the file import.
    Boost.Bind and Boost.Mem_Fun work fine header-only.
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    Boost.Bind and Boost.Mem_Fun work fine header-only.
    They do? I have been caught in a jam with Jam before, so that is good news.
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