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André Somers
André Somers Remove use of std::iterator
std::iterator is deprecated in C++17 in favor of manually declaring the
types. So doing just that.

Change-Id: I395cc62b684361a7641bd6018cc25fc95fdcf21d
Reviewed-on: https://codereview.kdab.com/70815
Tested-by: Continuous Integration <build@kdab.com>
Reviewed-by: Giuseppe D'Angelo <giuseppe.dangelo@kdab.com>
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KDToolBox

KDAB's collection of miscellaneous useful C++ classes and stuff.

Tools

Other code snippets

Licensing

KDToolBox is (C) 2019, Klarälvdalens Datakonsult AB, and is available under the terms of the MIT license (see the LICENSE file in the root of this repository [1]).

For the "Other code snippets", which are hosted outside of this repo, please consult their own license.

Contact KDAB at info@kdab.com if you need different licensing options.

[1] [License file] (https://github.com/KDAB/KDToolBox/blob/master/LICENSE)

Get Involved

KDAB will happily accept external contributions; however, all contributions will require a signed Contributor License Agreement (see docs/KDToolBox-CopyrightAssignmentForm.docx).

Contact info@kdab.com for more information.

About KDAB

KDToolBox is supported and maintained by Klarälvdalens Datakonsult AB (KDAB).

The KDAB Group is the global No.1 software consultancy for Qt, C++ and OpenGL applications across desktop, embedded and mobile platforms.

The KDAB Group provides consulting and mentoring for developing Qt applications from scratch and in porting from all popular and legacy frameworks to Qt. We continue to help develop parts of Qt and are one of the major contributors to the Qt Project. We can give advanced or standard trainings anywhere around the globe on Qt as well as C++, OpenGL, 3D and more.

Please visit http://www.kdab.com to meet the people who write code like this.

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