template <class T> struct is_stateless : public
Type T must be a complete type.
A stateless type is a type that has no storage and whose constructors and
destructors are trivial. That means that
only inherits from true_type
if the following expression is
::boost::has_trivial_constructor<T>::value && ::boost::has_trivial_copy<T>::value && ::boost::has_trivial_destructor<T>::value && ::boost::is_class<T>::value && ::boost::is_empty<T>::value
C++ Standard Reference: 3.9p10.
Compiler Compatibility: If the compiler does not support partial-specialization of class templates, then this template can not be used with function types.
Without some (as yet unspecified) help from the compiler, is_stateless will never report that a class or struct is stateless; this is always safe, if possibly sub-optimal. Currently (May 2011) compilers more recent than Visual C++ 8, GCC-4.3, Greenhills 6.0, Intel-11.0, and Codegear have the necessary compiler intrinsics to ensure that this trait "just works".