From: Nicolai Josuttis (nico_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-09-05 15:55:28
Great, I'll add this to the original sources.
Beman Dawes wrote:
> Nicolai Josuttis wrote:
> >I can easily insert the fix for private with Borland compilers:
> >>#ifndef BOOST_NO_PRIVATE_IN_AGGREGATE
> >> private:
> Yes. I've already made that change + the iterator change in the CVS
> Repository. See
> >However I am not sure about the fix for iteraors:
> >Looking into the other MSVC headers and finding an existing constant in
> >boost config files
> >how about this one?:
> >#if !defined(BOOST_MSVC_STD_ITERATOR)
> The root of the reverse_iterator problem isn't with the MSVC library, it is
> that the compiler doesn't support partial specialization. Thus other
> libraries such as STLport which use that compiler also need the fix
> applied. That's why I suggested BOOST_NO_TEMPLATE_PARTIAL_SPECIALIZATION
> rather than BOOST_MSVC_STD_ITERATOR.
> >Note that on my MSVC version there are 5! iterator arguments while
> >to provide 4.
> >Any thoughts?
> Yes, but the last three MSVC and last two STLport arguments have
> defaults. That's why I just gave two arguments.
> >In addition, I still get errors when I try to compile array1.cpp due to
> >However, I don't have the actual version (Service Pack 3) installed.
> >Does it really work with it?
> Yes, the CVS version works with BCC 5.4, 5.5, Metrowerks 5.3, MSVC 6.0 SP3
> (Microsoft library) and MSVC 6.0 SP3 (STLport 3.2.1 library).
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