> >> class Foo
> >> {
> >> public:
> >>    Foo(int a = 0, bool v = true);
> >> };
> >>
> >> Using your code:
> >>
> >> if 1 != len( self.required_args ):
> >>    return False
> >>
> >> It doesn't produces a "convertible from int" becase the required_args are 0
> >> but here
> >> we have a "convertible from int" class too.
> >>
> >> Tested again with mine it works:
> >>
> >> args = len(self.arguments)
> >> if args != 1:
> >>    if args > 1:
> >>       for arg in self.arguments[1::]:
> >>          if not arg.default_value:
> >>             return False
> >>    else:
> >>       return False
> >>
> >> Let me know
> >
> > You are right. I will fix it this evening.
>
> I committed the fix. Please, let me know if it works for you or not.

Hi Roman, sorry for the late response.
I looked at your fix and it seems ok to me. Sorry but at the moment I can't update the svn because we are in a "release" period (I'll update soon btw).
Just a "quick" question: I cannot find anything in the documentation about boost::unordered, is it supported by py++? We are using indexing_suite_version = 2


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