Rtiddsgen2 and #pragma statements

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Rtiddsgen2 and #pragma statements

Hi,

Following up to Rtiddsgen2 and custom directives, I have a related question:

Is it possible to access #pragma lines from the Velocity config files?

I would like to implement for C++11 the #pragma range directive defined by the CORBA Ada mapping section 8.13.{1,2}.

(This is close in spirit to the OP's request but uses #pragma in place of the special comments.)

- Oliver

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IDL4 defines a range annotation, maybe that is easier to access, see section 8.3.3.2 from the IDL4 specification (see http://www.omg.org/spec/IDL/4.0/)

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Indeed, the IDL4 annotations are the way to go, thanks for pointing out.

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The operator dot support from C++17 looks an interesting feature to implement a range annotation, haven't got time to try this out.