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// std::set
%include <std_container.i>
%include <std_pair.i>
// Set
%define %std_set_methods_common(set...)
set(const set& other);
bool empty() const;
size_type size() const;
void clear();
void swap(set& v);
size_type erase(const key_type& x);
size_type count(const key_type& x) const;
class iterator;
class reverse_iterator;
iterator begin();
iterator end();
reverse_iterator rbegin();
reverse_iterator rend();
%extend {
// %extend wrapper used for differing definitions of these methods introduced in C++11
void erase(iterator pos) { $self->erase(pos); }
void erase(iterator first, iterator last) { $self->erase(first, last); }
iterator find(const key_type& x);
iterator lower_bound(const key_type& x);
iterator upper_bound(const key_type& x);
std::pair<iterator,iterator> equal_range(const key_type& x);
%define %std_set_methods(set...)
std::pair<iterator,bool> insert(const value_type& __x);
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// std::set
// const declarations are used to guess the intent of the function being
// exported; therefore, the following rationale is applied:
// -- f(std::set<T>), f(const std::set<T>&):
// the parameter being read-only, either a sequence or a
// previously wrapped std::set<T> can be passed.
// -- f(std::set<T>&), f(std::set<T>*):
// the parameter may be modified; therefore, only a wrapped std::set
// can be passed.
// -- std::set<T> f(), const std::set<T>& f():
// the set is returned by copy; therefore, a sequence of T:s
// is returned which is most easily used in other functions
// -- std::set<T>& f(), std::set<T>* f():
// the set is returned by reference; therefore, a wrapped std::set
// is returned
// -- const std::set<T>* f(), f(const std::set<T>*):
// for consistency, they expect and return a plain set pointer.
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
#include <set>
// exported classes
namespace std {
template <class _Key, class _Compare = std::less< _Key >,
class _Alloc = allocator< _Key > >
class set {
typedef size_t size_type;
typedef ptrdiff_t difference_type;
typedef _Key value_type;
typedef _Key key_type;
typedef value_type* pointer;
typedef const value_type* const_pointer;
typedef value_type& reference;
typedef const value_type& const_reference;
typedef _Alloc allocator_type;
%fragment(SWIG_Traits_frag(std::set< _Key, _Compare, _Alloc >), "header",
fragment="StdSetTraits") {
namespace swig {
template <> struct traits<std::set< _Key, _Compare, _Alloc > > {
typedef pointer_category category;
static const char* type_name() {
return "std::set<" #_Key "," #_Compare "," #_Alloc " >";
%typemap_traits_ptr(SWIG_TYPECHECK_SET, std::set< _Key, _Compare, _Alloc >);
set(const _Compare& other);
#ifdef %swig_set_methods
// Add swig/language extra methods
%swig_set_methods(std::set< _Key, _Compare, _Alloc >);