From: John Torjo (john.groups_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-15 16:08:30
Eames, Andrew wrote:
> I apologize if this is a FAQ - I couldn't find much on other compilers
> I am interested in using boost with a compiler for a DSP - The compiler
> is somewhat archaic - I'm not using RTTI or exceptions (the compiler
> supports them but it is currently broken) - the STL has old iostreams
> and no doubt I will find some other musty corners. I don't have any
> illusions about getting the whole of boost to compile but I'm sure there
> are some large pieces that will work OK. I have no problem doing the
> port myself.
RTTI is pretty useful, and I think quite a few libraries rely on
dynamic_cast at least once.
For instance Boost Logging Lib ( http://torjo.com/log2/ ) relies on it
once - I guess you could get 'round it.
I guess the 1M$ question is : why do you need that specific compiler?
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