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Real uses of Loki's typelist

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It is a cool trick and all, but I can''t really come up with an actual use for a typelist. I''m wondering who has actually used one in a project to good effect. I think its more a matter of not thinking outside C++''s rather tight box that it puts you in.

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I use Functor all the time, so I use typelist all the time.

I''ve used typelist in a framework that automatical creates bindings between C++ object methods and our scripting language.

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Yeah I''ve read the relevant chapters awhile ago, but couldn''t get my head around how typelists work.

Thanks for the examples though, I understand it pretty well now.

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