Date: 2001-02-01 20:09:28
I'm new to this group and have scanned the archives and the net in
general for more info but haven't come up with anything, so...
I'm wondering whether anyone has made any additional progress with
the new Sun compiler. I'm considering using ggcl but I need it to
work on Solaris, preferably with the Sun compiler. I took a witless
slash-and-burn approach trying to get the the "graph.cpp" example to
I came up with this list by more or less by looking at compilation
errors and adding -D's that looked promising. (Like I said, witless.)
The compiler I'm running is:
CC: Sun WorkShop 6 update 1 C++ 5.2 2000/09/11
If people want to offer opinions about the relative virtues of g++
vs. the Sun compiler, I'd be happy to hear them.
Thanks for any help.
-- Nat Mishkin Rational Software mishkin_at_[hidden] --- In boost_at_y..., Jeremy Siek <jsiek_at_l...> wrote: > > I made a quick attempt a few weeks back... > > Since Sun 6.0 supports partial specialization (mostly) I was trying to > compile the graph library (and most of the rest of boost) without defining > the BOOST_NO_TEMPLATE_PARTIAL_SPECIALIZATION macro. This caused *lots* of > problems, especially in the type_traits and call_traits headers because > there are still many corners of the language used in those headers that is > not supported by CC-6.0. > > I have not tried compiling the graph library with the > BOOST_NO_TEMPLATE_PARTIAL_SPECIALIZATION macro defined... I > expect that we will have more luck with this approach. > > One other gotcha... in the <iterator> header for CC-6.0, > iterator_traits is still #ifdef'd out. Therefore we will either > A) need to supply our own version iterator_traits (which is not > a problem since the compiler does support partial spec.) > or B) define the macro BOOST_NO_STD_ITERATOR_TRAITS. > > Cheers, > Jeremy > > > On Sat, 16 Dec 2000, Rajesh Radhakrishnan wrote: > rajesh> Hi, > rajesh> > rajesh> Has anyone got ggcl working with Sun CC-6.0 (Forte). It is supposed to > rajesh> be way better than CC-5.0.
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