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someclass::enumerate

First of all, thanks for the shiny new SDK with the simplified string stuff.

Forgive me if I'm misunderstanding but I thought this entry in the changelog...

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Added new syntax for enumerating foobar2000 services: for( auto ptr : someclass::enumerate() ) { ... }

meant I could refactor old code that looks like this...

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for (auto e = service_enum_t<mainmenu_commands>(); !e.finished(); ++e)
{
auto ptr = *e;
ptr->do_something();
}

in to this...

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for (auto ptr : mainmenu_commands::enumerate())
{
ptr->do_something();
}

but I get this error...

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this range-based 'for' statement requires a suitable "begin" function and none was found