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 		{
 			GtkWidget* addBtn = gtk_button_new_with_mnemonic( "_Add task" );
     		gtk_box_pack_start( GTK_BOX(buttonBox), addBtn, TRUE, TRUE, 1 );
-			gtk_signal_connect( GTK_OBJECT(addBtn), "clicked", GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(_OnAddTask), NULL );
+			gtk_signal_connect( GTK_OBJECT(addBtn), "clicked", GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(_OnAddTask), this );
 			gtk_widget_show(addBtn);
 		}
 
 		{
 			GtkWidget* removeBtn = gtk_button_new_with_mnemonic( "_Remove task" );
     		gtk_box_pack_start( GTK_BOX(buttonBox), removeBtn, TRUE, TRUE, 1 );
-			gtk_signal_connect( GTK_OBJECT(removeBtn), "clicked", GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(_OnRemoveTask), NULL );
+			gtk_signal_connect( GTK_OBJECT(removeBtn), "clicked", GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(_OnRemoveTask), this );
 			gtk_widget_show(removeBtn);
 		}
 
 			_table->Create();
 
 			_table->AddData( "New task" );
+			_table->AddData( "New task2" );
 		}
 
 		gtk_box_pack_start( GTK_BOX(vbox), _table->AsWidget(), FALSE, FALSE, 1 );
 
 void AppGui::_OnAddTask( GtkButton* btn, gpointer user_data )
 {
+	AppGui* gui = static_cast<AppGui*>(user_data);
+	gui->OnAddButtonEvt.emit(gui);
 	g_print( "Add button pressed\n" );
 }
 
 void AppGui::_OnRemoveTask( GtkButton* btn, gpointer user_data )
 {
+	AppGui* gui = static_cast<AppGui*>(user_data);
+	gui->OnRemoveButtonEvt.emit(gui);
 	g_print( "Remove button pressed\n" );
 }
 
 	void Initialize();
 	void Uninitialize();
 
+	sigc::signal<void,AppGui*>	OnAddButtonEvt;
+	sigc::signal<void,AppGui*>	OnRemoveButtonEvt;
+
 private:
 
 	GtkWidget*	_CreateTablePane();
 cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.8)
 
+include_directories( "./Lib/" )
+
+add_subdirectory(Lib/sigc++)
+
 project(EBScheduler) # project needs to be deined before all other stuff because of bug in CMake.
 ##############################################
 # configure modules
 	add_executable( EBScheduler WIN32 ${SOURCE_FILES} )
 endif()
 
-target_link_libraries(EBScheduler ${GTK2_LIBRARIES})
+target_link_libraries(EBScheduler ${GTK2_LIBRARIES} libsigc++ )
 
 use_precompiled_header(EBScheduler Precompiled.h Precompiled.cpp )
 
 	GDate* gdate = 0;
 	gtk_tree_model_get( tree_model, iter, column, &gdate, -1 );
 
-	if( gdate == 0 )
-		return;
+	char buf[512] = { 0 };
 
-	char buf[512] = { 0 };
-	sprintf( buf, "%d/%d/%d", g_date_get_year(gdate), g_date_get_month(gdate), g_date_get_day(gdate) );
+	if( gdate )
+    	sprintf( buf, "%d/%d/%d", g_date_get_year(gdate), g_date_get_month(gdate), g_date_get_day(gdate) );
+	else 
+		strcpy( buf, "-" );
 
 	g_object_set(cell, "text", buf, NULL );
 }
 	}
 
 	gtk_widget_show(GTK_WIDGET(treeView));
-
 }
 
 void DataTableGui::AddData( const char* name, GDate* startDate /*= 0*/, GDate* estEnd /*= 0*/, GDate* actualEnd /*= 0 */ )
 	DTC_SIZE
 };
 
-
 class DataTableGui
 {
 public:
 	GtkWidget* AsWidget() const { return treeView; }
 
 	void AddData( const char* name, GDate* startDate = 0, GDate* estEnd = 0, GDate* actualEnd = 0 );
+
+
 private:
 	GtkWidget*			treeView;
 	GtkListStore*		store;
 
 
 
-void create_data_table( DataTableGui* table );
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+necessary.  Here is a sample; alter the names:
+
+  Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the
+  library `Frob' (a library for tweaking knobs) written by James
+Random Hacker.
+
+  <signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1990
+  Ty Coon, President of Vice
+
+That's all there is to it!
+
+

Lib/sigc++/CMakeLists.txt

+cmake_minimum_required(VERSION;2.8)
+
+project(libsigc++)
+
+
+set(SOURCE_FILES
+		bind.h
+		bind_return.h
+		class_slot.h
+		connection.cc
+		connection.h
+		hide.h
+		limit_reference.h
+		method_slot.h
+		object.h
+		object_slot.h
+		reference_wrapper.h
+		retype.h
+		retype_return.h
+		sigc++.h
+		signal.cc
+		signal.h
+		signal_base.cc
+		signal_base.h
+		slot.h
+		trackable.cc
+		trackable.h
+		type_traits.h
+		visit_each.h
+		adaptors/adaptors.h
+		adaptors/adaptor_trait.h
+		adaptors/bind.h
+		adaptors/bind_return.h
+		adaptors/bound_argument.h
+		adaptors/compose.h
+		adaptors/deduce_result_type.h
+		adaptors/exception_catch.h
+		adaptors/hide.h
+		adaptors/lambda
+		adaptors/retype.h
+		adaptors/retype_return.h
+		adaptors/lambda/base.h
+		adaptors/lambda/group.h
+		adaptors/lambda/lambda.cc
+		adaptors/lambda/lambda.h
+		adaptors/lambda/operator.h
+		adaptors/lambda/select.h
+		functors/functors.h
+		functors/functor_trait.h
+		functors/mem_fun.h
+		functors/ptr_fun.h
+		functors/slot.cc
+		functors/slot.h
+		functors/slot_base.cc
+		functors/slot_base.h
+	)
+
+
+add_library( libsigc++ STATIC ${SOURCE_FILES} )

Lib/sigc++/adaptors/adaptor_trait.h

+// -*- c++ -*-
+/* Do not edit! -- generated file */
+#ifndef _SIGC_ADAPTORS_MACROS_ADAPTOR_TRAITHM4_
+#define _SIGC_ADAPTORS_MACROS_ADAPTOR_TRAITHM4_
+#include <sigc++config.h> //To get SIGC_TEMPLATE_KEYWORD_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+#include <sigc++/visit_each.h>
+#include <sigc++/functors/functor_trait.h>
+#include <sigc++/functors/ptr_fun.h>
+#include <sigc++/functors/mem_fun.h>
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/deduce_result_type.h>
+
+namespace sigc {
+
+// Call either operator()<>() or sun_forte_workaround<>(),
+// depending on the compiler:
+#ifdef SIGC_GCC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  #define SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES template operator()
+  #define SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+#else
+  #ifdef SIGC_MSVC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+    #define SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES operator()
+    #define SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  #else
+    #define SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES sun_forte_workaround
+  #endif
+#endif
+
+
+template <class T_functor> struct adapts;
+
+/** @defgroup adaptors Adaptors
+ * Adaptors are functors that alter the signature of a functor's
+ * operator()().
+ *
+ * The adaptor types libsigc++ provides
+ * are created with bind(), bind_return(), hide(), hide_return(),
+ * retype_return(), retype(), compose(), exception_catch() and group().
+ *
+ * You can easily derive your own adaptor type from sigc::adapts.
+ */
+
+/** Converts an arbitrary functor into an adaptor type.
+ * All adaptor tyes in libsigc++ are unnumbered and have
+ * a <tt>template operator()</tt> member of every argument count
+ * they support. These functions in turn invoke a stored adaptor's
+ * <tt>template operator()</tt> processing the arguments and return
+ * value in a characteristic manner. Explicit function template
+ * instantiation is used to pass type hints thus saving copy costs.
+ *
+ * adaptor_functor is a glue between adaptors and arbitrary functors
+ * that just passes on the arguments. You won't use this type directly.
+ *
+ * The template argument @e T_functor determines the type of stored
+ * functor.
+ *
+ * @ingroup adaptors
+ */
+template <class T_functor>
+struct adaptor_functor : public adaptor_base
+{
+  template <class T_arg1=void, class T_arg2=void, class T_arg3=void, class T_arg4=void, class T_arg5=void, class T_arg6=void, class T_arg7=void>
+  struct deduce_result_type
+    { typedef typename sigc::deduce_result_type<T_functor, T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6, T_arg7>::type type; };
+  typedef typename functor_trait<T_functor>::result_type result_type;
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  result_type
+  operator()() const;
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  result_type sun_forte_workaround() const
+    { return operator(); }
+  #endif
+  
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1) const
+    { return functor_(_A_arg1); }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1) const
+    { //Just calling operator() tries to copy the argument:
+      return functor_(_A_arg1);
+    }
+  #endif
+  
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2) const
+    { return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2); }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2) const
+    { //Just calling operator() tries to copy the argument:
+      return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2);
+    }
+  #endif
+  
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3) const
+    { return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3); }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3) const
+    { //Just calling operator() tries to copy the argument:
+      return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3);
+    }
+  #endif
+  
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4) const
+    { return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4); }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4) const
+    { //Just calling operator() tries to copy the argument:
+      return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4);
+    }
+  #endif
+  
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5) const
+    { return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5); }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5) const
+    { //Just calling operator() tries to copy the argument:
+      return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5);
+    }
+  #endif
+  
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg6 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6) const
+    { return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6); }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6) const
+    { //Just calling operator() tries to copy the argument:
+      return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+  #endif
+  
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg6 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg7 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6, class T_arg7>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6, T_arg7>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6, T_arg7 _A_arg7) const
+    { return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6, _A_arg7); }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6, class T_arg7>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6, T_arg7>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6, T_arg7 _A_arg7) const
+    { //Just calling operator() tries to copy the argument:
+      return functor_(_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6, _A_arg7);
+    }
+  #endif
+  
+  /// Constructs an invalid functor.
+  adaptor_functor()
+    {}
+
+  /** Constructs an adaptor_functor object that wraps the passed functor.
+   * @param _A_functor Functor to invoke from operator()().
+   */
+  explicit adaptor_functor(const T_functor& _A_functor)
+    : functor_(_A_functor)
+    {}
+
+  /** Constructs an adaptor_functor object that wraps the passed (member)
+   * function pointer.
+   * @param _A_type Pointer to function or class method to invoke from operator()().
+   */
+  template <class T_type>
+  explicit adaptor_functor(const T_type& _A_type)
+    : functor_(_A_type)
+    {}
+
+  /// Functor that is invoked from operator()().
+  mutable T_functor functor_;
+};
+
+template <class T_functor>
+typename adaptor_functor<T_functor>::result_type
+adaptor_functor<T_functor>::operator()() const
+  { return functor_(); }
+
+
+//template specialization of visit_each<>(action, functor):
+/** Performs a functor on each of the targets of a functor.
+ * The function overload for sigc::adaptor_functor performs a functor
+ * on the functor stored in the sigc::adaptor_functor object.
+ *
+ * @ingroup adaptors
+ */
+template <class T_action, class T_functor>
+void visit_each(const T_action& _A_action,
+                const adaptor_functor<T_functor>& _A_target)
+{
+  //The extra sigc:: prefix avoids ambiguity in some strange
+  //situations.
+  sigc::visit_each(_A_action, _A_target.functor_);
+}
+
+
+/** Trait that specifies what is the adaptor version of a functor type.
+ * Template specializations for sigc::adaptor_base derived functors,
+ * for function pointers and for class methods are provided.
+ *
+ * The template argument @e T_functor is the functor type to convert.
+ * @e I_isadaptor indicates whether @e T_functor inherits from sigc::adaptor_base.
+ *
+ * @ingroup adaptors
+ */
+template <class T_functor, bool I_isadaptor = is_base_and_derived<adaptor_base, T_functor>::value> struct adaptor_trait;
+
+/** Trait that specifies what is the adaptor version of a functor type.
+ * This template specialization is used for types that inherit from adaptor_base.
+ * adaptor_type is equal to @p T_functor in this case.
+ */
+template <class T_functor> 
+struct adaptor_trait<T_functor, true>
+{
+  typedef typename T_functor::result_type result_type;
+  typedef T_functor functor_type;
+  typedef T_functor adaptor_type;
+};
+
+/** Trait that specifies what is the adaptor version of a functor type.
+ * This template specialization is used for arbitrary functors,
+ * for function pointers and for class methods are provided.
+ * The latter are converted into @p pointer_functor or @p mem_functor types.
+ * adaptor_type is equal to @p adaptor_functor<functor_type>.
+ */
+template <class T_functor>
+struct adaptor_trait<T_functor, false>
+{
+  typedef typename functor_trait<T_functor>::result_type result_type;
+  typedef typename functor_trait<T_functor>::functor_type functor_type;
+  typedef adaptor_functor<functor_type> adaptor_type;
+};
+
+
+/** Base type for adaptors.
+ * adapts wraps adaptors, functors, function pointers and class methods.
+ * It contains a single member functor which is always a sigc::adaptor_base.
+ * The typedef adaptor_type defines the exact type that is used
+ * to store the adaptor, functor, function pointer or class method passed
+ * into the constructor. It differs from @e T_functor unless @e T_functor
+ * inherits from sigc::adaptor_base.
+ *
+ * @par Example of a simple adaptor:
+ *   @code
+ *   template <T_functor>
+ *   struct my_adpator : public sigc::adapts<T_functor>
+ *   {
+ *     template <class T_arg1=void, class T_arg2=void>
+ *     struct deduce_result_type
+ *     { typedef typename sigc::deduce_result_type<T_functor, T_arg1, T_arg2>::type type; };
+ *     typedef typename sigc::functor_trait<T_functor>::result_type result_type;
+ *
+ *     result_type
+ *     operator()() const;
+ *
+ *     template <class T_arg1>
+ *     typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1>::type
+ *     operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1) const;
+ *
+ *     template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2>
+ *     typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2>::type
+ *     operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, class T_arg2) const;
+ *
+ *     explicit adaptor_functor(const T_functor& _A_functor) // Constructs a my_functor object that wraps the passed functor.
+ *       : sigc::adapts<T_functor>(_A_functor) {}
+ *
+ *     mutable T_functor functor_; // Functor that is invoked from operator()().
+ *   };
+ *   @endcode
+ *
+ * @ingroup adaptors
+ */
+template <class T_functor>
+struct adapts : public adaptor_base
+{
+  typedef typename adaptor_trait<T_functor>::result_type  result_type;
+  typedef typename adaptor_trait<T_functor>::adaptor_type adaptor_type;
+
+  /** Constructs an adaptor that wraps the passed functor.
+   * @param _A_functor Functor to invoke from operator()().
+   */
+  explicit adapts(const T_functor& _A_functor)
+    : functor_(_A_functor)
+    {}
+
+  /// Adaptor that is invoked from operator()().
+  mutable adaptor_type functor_;
+};
+
+} /* namespace sigc */
+#endif /* _SIGC_ADAPTORS_MACROS_ADAPTOR_TRAITHM4_ */

Lib/sigc++/adaptors/adaptors.h

+// -*- c++ -*-
+/*
+ * Copyright 2002, The libsigc++ Development Team
+ *
+ *  This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+ *  modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
+ *  License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
+ *  version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
+ *
+ *  This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+ *  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ *  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
+ *  Lesser General Public License for more details.
+ *
+ *  You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
+ *  License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
+ *  Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
+ *
+ */
+#ifndef _SIGC_ADAPTOR_HPP_
+#define _SIGC_ADAPTOR_HPP_
+
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/bind.h>
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/bind_return.h>
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/hide.h>
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/retype_return.h>
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/retype.h>
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/compose.h>
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/exception_catch.h>
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/lambda/lambda.h>
+
+#endif /* _SIGC_ADAPTOR_HPP_ */

Lib/sigc++/adaptors/bind.h

+// -*- c++ -*-
+/* Do not edit! -- generated file */
+#ifndef _SIGC_ADAPTORS_MACROS_BINDHM4_
+#define _SIGC_ADAPTORS_MACROS_BINDHM4_
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/adaptor_trait.h>
+#include <sigc++/adaptors/bound_argument.h>
+
+namespace sigc { 
+
+#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
+
+namespace internal {
+
+template <class T_arg1,class T_arg2,class T_arg3,class T_arg4,class T_arg5,class T_arg6,class T_arg7>
+struct count_void
+  { static const int value=0; };
+template <class T_arg1,class T_arg2,class T_arg3,class T_arg4,class T_arg5,class T_arg6>
+struct count_void<T_arg1,T_arg2,T_arg3,T_arg4,T_arg5,T_arg6,void>
+  { static const int value=1; };
+template <class T_arg1,class T_arg2,class T_arg3,class T_arg4,class T_arg5>
+struct count_void<T_arg1,T_arg2,T_arg3,T_arg4,T_arg5,void,void>
+  { static const int value=2; };
+template <class T_arg1,class T_arg2,class T_arg3,class T_arg4>
+struct count_void<T_arg1,T_arg2,T_arg3,T_arg4,void,void,void>
+  { static const int value=3; };
+template <class T_arg1,class T_arg2,class T_arg3>
+struct count_void<T_arg1,T_arg2,T_arg3,void,void,void,void>
+  { static const int value=4; };
+template <class T_arg1,class T_arg2>
+struct count_void<T_arg1,T_arg2,void,void,void,void,void>
+  { static const int value=5; };
+template <class T_arg1>
+struct count_void<T_arg1,void,void,void,void,void,void>
+  { static const int value=6; };
+template <>
+struct count_void<void,void,void,void,void,void,void>
+  { static const int value=7; };
+
+} /* namespace internal */
+
+#endif /*DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS*/
+
+
+/** @defgroup bind bind(), bind_return()
+ * sigc::bind() alters an arbitrary functor by fixing arguments to certain values.
+ * Up to 7 arguments can be bound at a time.
+ * For single argument binding overloads of sigc::bind() are provided that let you
+ * specify the zero-based position of the argument to fix with the first template parameter.
+ * (A value of @p -1 fixes the last argument so sigc::bind<-1>() gives the same result as sigc::bind().)
+ * The types of the arguments can optionally be specified if not deduced.
+ *
+ * @par Examples:
+ *   @code
+ *   void foo(int, int, int);
+ *   // single argument binding ...
+ *   sigc::bind(&foo,1)(2,3);     //fixes the last (third) argument and calls foo(2,3,1)
+ *   sigc::bind<-1>(&foo,1)(2,3); //same as bind(&foo,1)(2,3) (calls foo(2,3,1))
+ *   sigc::bind<0>(&foo,1)(2,3);  //fixes the first argument and calls foo(1,2,3)
+ *   sigc::bind<1>(&foo,1)(2,3);  //fixes the second argument and calls foo(2,1,3)
+ *   sigc::bind<2>(&foo,1)(2,3);  //fixes the third argument and calls foo(2,3,1)
+ *   // multi argument binding ...
+ *   sigc::bind(&foo,1,2)(3);     //fixes the last two arguments and calls foo(3,1,2)
+ *   sigc::bind(&foo,1,2,3)();    //fixes all three arguments and calls foo(1,2,3)
+ *   @endcode
+ *
+ * The functor sigc::bind() returns can be passed into
+ * sigc::signal::connect() directly.
+ *
+ * @par Example:
+ *   @code
+ *   sigc::signal<void> some_signal;
+ *   void foo(int);
+ *   some_signal.connect(sigc::bind(&foo,1));
+ *   @endcode
+ *
+ * sigc::bind_return() alters an arbitrary functor by
+ * fixing its return value to a certain value.
+ *
+ * @par Example:
+ *   @code
+ *   void foo();
+ *   std::cout << sigc::bind_return(&foo, 5)(); // calls foo() and returns 5
+ *   @endcode
+ *
+ * You can bind references to functors by passing the objects through
+ * the sigc::ref() helper function.
+ *
+ * @par Example:
+ *   @code
+ *   int some_int;
+ *   sigc::signal<void> some_signal;
+ *   void foo(int&);
+ *   some_signal.connect(sigc::bind(&foo,sigc::ref(some_int)));
+ *   @endcode
+ *
+ * If you bind an object of a sigc::trackable derived type to a functor
+ * by reference, a slot assigned to the bind adaptor is cleared automatically
+ * when the object goes out of scope.
+ *
+ * @par Example:
+ *   @code
+ *   struct bar : public sigc::trackable {} some_bar;
+ *   sigc::signal<void> some_signal;
+ *   void foo(bar&);
+ *   some_signal.connect(sigc::bind(&foo,sigc::ref(some_bar)));
+ *     // disconnected automatically if some_bar goes out of scope
+ *   @endcode
+ *
+ * For a more powerful version of this functionality see the lambda
+ * library adaptor sigc::group() which can bind, hide and reorder
+ * arguments arbitrarily.  Although sigc::group() is more flexible,
+ * sigc::bind() provides a means of binding parameters when then total
+ * number of parameters called is variable.
+ *
+ * @ingroup adaptors
+ */
+
+/** Adaptor that binds an argument to the wrapped functor.
+ * Use the convenience function sigc::bind() to create an instance of sigc::bind_functor.
+ *
+ * The following template arguments are used:
+ * - @e I_location Zero-based position of the argument to fix (@p -1 for the last argument).
+
+ * - @e T_type1 Type of the 1st bound argument.
+ * - @e T_type2 Type of the 2st bound argument.
+ * - @e T_type3 Type of the 3st bound argument.
+ * - @e T_type4 Type of the 4st bound argument.
+ * - @e T_type5 Type of the 5st bound argument.
+ * - @e T_type6 Type of the 6st bound argument.
+ * - @e T_type7 Type of the 7st bound argument.
+ * - @e T_functor Type of the functor to wrap.
+ *
+ * @ingroup bind
+ */
+template <int I_location, class T_functor, class T_type1=nil, class T_type2=nil, class T_type3=nil, class T_type4=nil, class T_type5=nil, class T_type6=nil, class T_type7=nil>
+struct bind_functor;
+
+/** Adaptor that binds an argument to the wrapped functor.
+ * This template specialization fixes the 1th argument of the wrapped functor.
+ *
+ * @ingroup bind
+ */
+template <class T_functor, class T_bound>
+struct bind_functor<0, T_functor, T_bound, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil> : public adapts<T_functor>
+{
+  typedef typename adapts<T_functor>::adaptor_type adaptor_type;
+
+  template <class T_arg1=void, class T_arg2=void, class T_arg3=void, class T_arg4=void, class T_arg5=void, class T_arg6=void, class T_arg7=void>
+  struct deduce_result_type
+    { typedef typename adaptor_type::template deduce_result_type<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>::type type; };
+  typedef typename adaptor_type::result_type  result_type;
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the bound argument only.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  result_type
+  operator()()
+  {
+    //Note: The AIX compiler sometimes gives linker errors if we do not define this in the class.
+    return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass> (bound_.invoke());
+  }
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 1th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 1th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 1th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 1th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 1th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 1th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg6 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (bound_.invoke(), _A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Constructs a bind_functor object that binds an argument to the passed functor.
+   * @param _A_functor Functor to invoke from operator()().
+   * @param _A_bound Argument to bind to the functor.
+   */
+  bind_functor(typename type_trait<T_functor>::take _A_func, typename type_trait<T_bound>::take _A_bound)
+    : adapts<T_functor>(_A_func), bound_(_A_bound)
+    {}
+
+  /// The argument bound to the functor.
+  bound_argument<T_bound> bound_;
+};
+
+/** Adaptor that binds an argument to the wrapped functor.
+ * This template specialization fixes the 2th argument of the wrapped functor.
+ *
+ * @ingroup bind
+ */
+template <class T_functor, class T_bound>
+struct bind_functor<1, T_functor, T_bound, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil> : public adapts<T_functor>
+{
+  typedef typename adapts<T_functor>::adaptor_type adaptor_type;
+
+  template <class T_arg1=void, class T_arg2=void, class T_arg3=void, class T_arg4=void, class T_arg5=void, class T_arg6=void, class T_arg7=void>
+  struct deduce_result_type
+    { typedef typename adaptor_type::template deduce_result_type<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>::type type; };
+  typedef typename adaptor_type::result_type  result_type;
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the bound argument only.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  result_type
+  operator()()
+  {
+    //Note: The AIX compiler sometimes gives linker errors if we do not define this in the class.
+    return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass> (bound_.invoke());
+  }
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 2th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke());
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke());
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 2th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 2th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2, _A_arg3);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2, _A_arg3);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 2th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 2th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 2th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg6 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Constructs a bind_functor object that binds an argument to the passed functor.
+   * @param _A_functor Functor to invoke from operator()().
+   * @param _A_bound Argument to bind to the functor.
+   */
+  bind_functor(typename type_trait<T_functor>::take _A_func, typename type_trait<T_bound>::take _A_bound)
+    : adapts<T_functor>(_A_func), bound_(_A_bound)
+    {}
+
+  /// The argument bound to the functor.
+  bound_argument<T_bound> bound_;
+};
+
+/** Adaptor that binds an argument to the wrapped functor.
+ * This template specialization fixes the 3th argument of the wrapped functor.
+ *
+ * @ingroup bind
+ */
+template <class T_functor, class T_bound>
+struct bind_functor<2, T_functor, T_bound, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil> : public adapts<T_functor>
+{
+  typedef typename adapts<T_functor>::adaptor_type adaptor_type;
+
+  template <class T_arg1=void, class T_arg2=void, class T_arg3=void, class T_arg4=void, class T_arg5=void, class T_arg6=void, class T_arg7=void>
+  struct deduce_result_type
+    { typedef typename adaptor_type::template deduce_result_type<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>::type type; };
+  typedef typename adaptor_type::result_type  result_type;
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the bound argument only.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  result_type
+  operator()()
+  {
+    //Note: The AIX compiler sometimes gives linker errors if we do not define this in the class.
+    return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass> (bound_.invoke());
+  }
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 3th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke());
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke());
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 3th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg3);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg3);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 3th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg3, _A_arg4);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg3, _A_arg4);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 3th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 3th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg6 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Constructs a bind_functor object that binds an argument to the passed functor.
+   * @param _A_functor Functor to invoke from operator()().
+   * @param _A_bound Argument to bind to the functor.
+   */
+  bind_functor(typename type_trait<T_functor>::take _A_func, typename type_trait<T_bound>::take _A_bound)
+    : adapts<T_functor>(_A_func), bound_(_A_bound)
+    {}
+
+  /// The argument bound to the functor.
+  bound_argument<T_bound> bound_;
+};
+
+/** Adaptor that binds an argument to the wrapped functor.
+ * This template specialization fixes the 4th argument of the wrapped functor.
+ *
+ * @ingroup bind
+ */
+template <class T_functor, class T_bound>
+struct bind_functor<3, T_functor, T_bound, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil> : public adapts<T_functor>
+{
+  typedef typename adapts<T_functor>::adaptor_type adaptor_type;
+
+  template <class T_arg1=void, class T_arg2=void, class T_arg3=void, class T_arg4=void, class T_arg5=void, class T_arg6=void, class T_arg7=void>
+  struct deduce_result_type
+    { typedef typename adaptor_type::template deduce_result_type<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>::type type; };
+  typedef typename adaptor_type::result_type  result_type;
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the bound argument only.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  result_type
+  operator()()
+  {
+    //Note: The AIX compiler sometimes gives linker errors if we do not define this in the class.
+    return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass> (bound_.invoke());
+  }
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 4th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, bound_.invoke());
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, bound_.invoke());
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 4th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg4);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg4);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 4th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg4, _A_arg5);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg4, _A_arg5);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 4th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg6 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg4, _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Constructs a bind_functor object that binds an argument to the passed functor.
+   * @param _A_functor Functor to invoke from operator()().
+   * @param _A_bound Argument to bind to the functor.
+   */
+  bind_functor(typename type_trait<T_functor>::take _A_func, typename type_trait<T_bound>::take _A_bound)
+    : adapts<T_functor>(_A_func), bound_(_A_bound)
+    {}
+
+  /// The argument bound to the functor.
+  bound_argument<T_bound> bound_;
+};
+
+/** Adaptor that binds an argument to the wrapped functor.
+ * This template specialization fixes the 5th argument of the wrapped functor.
+ *
+ * @ingroup bind
+ */
+template <class T_functor, class T_bound>
+struct bind_functor<4, T_functor, T_bound, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil> : public adapts<T_functor>
+{
+  typedef typename adapts<T_functor>::adaptor_type adaptor_type;
+
+  template <class T_arg1=void, class T_arg2=void, class T_arg3=void, class T_arg4=void, class T_arg5=void, class T_arg6=void, class T_arg7=void>
+  struct deduce_result_type
+    { typedef typename adaptor_type::template deduce_result_type<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>::type type; };
+  typedef typename adaptor_type::result_type  result_type;
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the bound argument only.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  result_type
+  operator()()
+  {
+    //Note: The AIX compiler sometimes gives linker errors if we do not define this in the class.
+    return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass> (bound_.invoke());
+  }
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 5th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, bound_.invoke());
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, bound_.invoke());
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 5th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg5);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg5);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 5th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg6 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+
+  #ifndef SIGC_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5, class T_arg6>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5, T_arg6>::type
+  sun_forte_workaround(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5, T_arg6 _A_arg6)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, bound_.invoke(), _A_arg5, _A_arg6);
+    }
+  #endif
+    
+  /** Constructs a bind_functor object that binds an argument to the passed functor.
+   * @param _A_functor Functor to invoke from operator()().
+   * @param _A_bound Argument to bind to the functor.
+   */
+  bind_functor(typename type_trait<T_functor>::take _A_func, typename type_trait<T_bound>::take _A_bound)
+    : adapts<T_functor>(_A_func), bound_(_A_bound)
+    {}
+
+  /// The argument bound to the functor.
+  bound_argument<T_bound> bound_;
+};
+
+/** Adaptor that binds an argument to the wrapped functor.
+ * This template specialization fixes the 6th argument of the wrapped functor.
+ *
+ * @ingroup bind
+ */
+template <class T_functor, class T_bound>
+struct bind_functor<5, T_functor, T_bound, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil, nil> : public adapts<T_functor>
+{
+  typedef typename adapts<T_functor>::adaptor_type adaptor_type;
+
+  template <class T_arg1=void, class T_arg2=void, class T_arg3=void, class T_arg4=void, class T_arg5=void, class T_arg6=void, class T_arg7=void>
+  struct deduce_result_type
+    { typedef typename adaptor_type::template deduce_result_type<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg6>::pass>::type type; };
+  typedef typename adaptor_type::result_type  result_type;
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the bound argument only.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  result_type
+  operator()()
+  {
+    //Note: The AIX compiler sometimes gives linker errors if we do not define this in the class.
+    return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass> (bound_.invoke());
+  }
+
+  /** Invokes the wrapped functor passing on the arguments.
+   * bound_ is passed as the 6th argument.
+   * @param _A_arg1 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg2 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg3 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg4 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @param _A_arg5 Argument to be passed on to the functor.
+   * @return The return value of the functor invocation.
+   */
+  template <class T_arg1, class T_arg2, class T_arg3, class T_arg4, class T_arg5>
+  typename deduce_result_type<T_arg1, T_arg2, T_arg3, T_arg4, T_arg5>::type
+  operator()(T_arg1 _A_arg1, T_arg2 _A_arg2, T_arg3 _A_arg3, T_arg4 _A_arg4, T_arg5 _A_arg5)
+    { return this->functor_.SIGC_WORKAROUND_OPERATOR_PARENTHESES<typename type_trait<T_arg1>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg2>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg3>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg4>::pass, typename type_trait<T_arg5>::pass, typename type_trait<typename unwrap_reference<T_bound>::type>::pass>
+        (_A_arg1, _A_arg2, _A_arg3, _A_arg4, _A_arg5, bound_.invoke());