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Pass std::map iterators to Lua with Luabind

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Hi guys,

does anyone know if it's possible to pass std::map iterators to Lua using Luabind?

I know that Luabind supports the return_stl_iterator policy, and it just works fine for non-associative containers like std::vector and std::list. However, having an iterator with "first" and "second" members, Luabind isn't able to export them, thus getting "class not registered" errors (because Luabind dereferences the iterator when using the policy, which leads to the wanted type in non-associative containers, but to a std::pair for associative containers).


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