From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-11-08 07:35:22
From: "Kevlin Henney" <kevlin_at_[hidden]>
> >Well, I just tried the tests. Apart from the several million warnings,
> >it compiled and passed all tests.
> Which warnings are you receiving? Are you compiling with -GX?
A lot, most of them useless. I use the following technique to get around
#if defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(__ICL)
#pragma warning(disable: 4786) // identifier truncated in debug info
#pragma warning(disable: 4710) // function not inlined
#pragma warning(disable: 4711) // function selected for automatic inline
#pragma warning(disable: 4514) // unreferenced inline removed
#pragma warning(disable: 4800) // conversion from int/void* to bool
#pragma warning(push, 3)
(That's the beginning of my version of test-any.cpp.)
All this is relevant only if you use warning level 4. I always do.
Yes, I do have the exception handling support enabled. :-))
A question, why the <cstdlib>? Note that MSVC's <c*> headers don't put
identifiers in std.
Also, test-any.cpp relies on an indirect #include <typeinfo> from any.hpp;
not a major problem, just a nit.
> >6.0, latest service pack (4, I think)... not that the service packs
> It does, as template<> is required for previous vers :-(
I have never encountered a version/SP where this was necessary. Either you
have 5.0 pre-SP3 and member templates are hopelessly broken, or 5.0sp3/6.0,
where they work without the template<>.
I may have missed a SP where this weren't the case, though... What version
do you have in mind?
Oh, and yes, I think that any should be accepted into boost. :-))
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