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gcc-3.1 boost-1.28.0 problem

A new error appears with boost-1.28.0 + gcc-3.1 that did not appear
with gcc-3.0.4.  I don't know if this code is actually valid or not.
It looks like this:

template<class UniformRandomNumberGenerator, int k, 
  class IntType = typename UniformRandomNumberGenerator::result_type,
class shuffle_output
  typedef UniformRandomNumberGenerator base_type;
  typedef typename base_type::result_type result_type;
  friend std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& os, const shuffle_output& s)
    os << s._rng << " " << s.y << " ";
>>>    std::copy(s.v, s.v+k, std::ostream_iterator<result_type>(os, " "));
    return os;

The problem is this:

/usr/local/src/boost/boost/random/mersenne_twister.hpp: In function 
   `std::ostream& boost::random::operator<<(std::ostream&, const 
   boost::random::mersenne_twister<DataType, n, m, r, a, u, s, b, t, c, l, 
/usr/local/src/boost/boost/random/shuffle_output.hpp:85: parse error before `;' 

This is the line marked with ">>>" above.  I'm guessing that gcc
doesn't like result_type, because the friend function has no access to
the typedef.  Is this code OK or not?

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