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boost::bind and managed class methods

Is it possible to create a boost::bind object for a managed class
method? With non-managed classes, I can do

boost::function <void ()> f = boost::bind(&Cl ass_c::Function , this);

Is there a way to do this for __gc classes? I do want to be able to
assign the result to a boost::function , but can write my own wrapper if
necessary.

Thanks

Russell
Nov 17 '05 #1
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