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I'd say it ca be done, unless I miss something.

On 15/10/2007, Wesley Smith <> wrote:
> I realize you can't bind a generic thing to a templated class because
> of certain compile time restrictions.  That said, I would like to
> parametrize bindings based on specific instantiations of certain
> template classes.
> For eample, imagine 2 templates
> template< class T>
> class triangle;
> and 2 instantiations for binding
> typedef triangle<Kernel2D> Triangle_2;
> typedef triangle<Kernel3D> Triangle_3;
> These support almost the same functionality but with slight
> differences.  It would be great to have a generic way to wrap those 2
> classes.  This is a pretty typical situation for the kind of template
> binding I'd like to automate.  I'd also like to automatic policy
> templated classes such that additional functionality brought to a
> class by a policy can automatically be wrapped.  Is this kind of thing
> feasible with gccxml?
> thanks,
> wes