From: John Maddock (John_Maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-06-23 06:24:48
>typedef typename Allocator::template rebind<T>::other t_allocator_type;
>causes an internal compiler error. I was not able to find a real
You might try splitting that up:
typedef typename Allocator::template rebind<T>::other bound_type;
typedef typename bound_type::other alloc_type;
A lot of compilers seem to choke if you don't do that.
However I don't think the STLport has a conformant allocator when used with
VC6 (it omits member templates) so this is a moot point anyway.
>It seems that only regex rebinds allocators. The method used in regex is
>create a new class that derives from Allocator but handles the allocations
>for the new type T. This requires Allocator to allocator chars so that the
>derived allocator can work.
That's ugly as sin I know, but it does at least work.
>So now come the questions. It would appear that MSVC6sp5 cannot support
>standard allocators. Possible remedies are:
> 1) Export the regex hack so that other libraries can use it.
Sure if you want it.
> 2) Define BOOST_NO_STD_ALLOCATOR for MSVC, always.
Yes we should do that.
> 3) Find another magic hack
- John Maddock
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