libstdc++ concept checking
Thu Mar 28 02:37:00 GMT 2013
says "They are off by default for all versions of GCC. They can be
enabled at configure time with --enable-concept-checks. You can enable
them on a per-translation-unit basis with -D_GLIBCXX_CONCEPT_CHECKS."
I'm assuming that --enable-concept-checks is an option to use while
building libstdc++ to set the default for that library. But does the
second sentence mean that I can enable concept checking for my own
code by defining that macro, even if libstdc++ wasn't compiled with
the option turned on?
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