Mirror reflection library - Lagoon run-time layer 0.5.13


This example shows the usage of the namespace reflection functions and range for-each utility with the flatten function.

Copyright 2008-2010 Matus Chochlik. Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)

#include <mirror/mirror.hpp>
#include <lagoon/lagoon.hpp>
#include <lagoon/range/flatten.hpp>
#include <lagoon/range/for_each.hpp>
#include <iostream>

int main(void)
    using namespace lagoon;
    // Use the flatten(...) function to get all members of the global scope
    // including the nested ones and print their 'kinds' and full names
    // by the lambda function
        [](const shared<meta_named_scoped_object>& member)
            std::cout <<
                member->self()->construct_name() <<
                ": " <<
                member->full_name() <<
    return 0;

/* Example of output:
namespace: std
namespace: boost
type: void
type: bool
type: char
type: unsigned char
type: wchar_t
type: short int
type: int
type: long int
type: unsigned short int
type: unsigned int
type: unsigned long int
type: float
type: double
type: long double
class: std::string
class: std::wstring
class: std::tm
template: std::pair
template: std::tuple
template: std::allocator
template: std::equal_to
template: std::not_equal_to
template: std::less
template: std::greater
template: std::less_equal
template: std::greater_equal
template: std::vector
template: std::list
template: std::deque
template: std::map
template: std::set
member variable: std::tm::tm_sec
member variable: std::tm::tm_min
member variable: std::tm::tm_hour
member variable: std::tm::tm_mday
member variable: std::tm::tm_mon
member variable: std::tm::tm_year
member variable: std::tm::tm_wday
member variable: std::tm::tm_yday
member variable: std::tm::tm_isdst
namespace: mirror

Copyright © 2006-2011 Matus Chochlik, University of Zilina, Zilina, Slovakia.
<matus.chochlik -at- fri.uniza.sk>
<chochlik -at -gmail.com>
Documentation generated on Fri Dec 16 2011 by Doxygen (version 1.7.3).
Important note: Although the 'boostified' version of Mirror uses the Boost C++ libraries Coding Guidelines and is implemented inside of the boost namespace, it IS NOT an officially reviewed and accepted Boost library. Mirror is being developed with the intention to be submitted for review for inclusion to the Boost C++ libraries.