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Hello, what does this weird waring try to tell me? I'm using g++ 3.2 and his sample is using std list:
Warning part of the code (Game Programming Gems3):
template <class T>
class TAutolists { 
    virtual ~TAutolists() { 
        list<T>::iterator pos = ms_List.find( static_cast<T*>(this) ); // <----

        ms_List.remove_at( pos ); 

And I get this warning:
misc/TAutolists.h: In destructor `virtual 
misc/TAutolists.h:22: warning: `typename std::list<T, 
   std::allocator<_CharT> >::iterator' is implicitly a typename
misc/TAutolists.h:22: warning: implicit typename is deprecated, 
   please see the documentation for details
What's wrong with above code? How to do it with non-deprecated style? [edited by - stefu on December 25, 2002 2:21:20 PM]

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As list<T> is a templated type, the compiler cannot know whether list<T>::iterator is a member typedef or a member variable untill you specified what T you are working with. Some specializations of list might define it differently.

Since, by default the compiler assumes that the name refers to member variable, you have to indicate explicitely that it refers to a type name, using the typename keyword.

typename list<T>::iterator pos = ms_List.find( static_cast<T*>(this) );

Edit: I just realise my sentence made no sense at all... that should be better.

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[edited by - Fruny on December 26, 2002 1:35:24 AM]

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