From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-04-05 08:29:24
From: "Gary Powell" <Gary.Powell_at_[hidden]>
> Thanks to Jens Maurer, auto_array_ptr now works with Comeau Beta2
> Also a bug that is in MSVC 6.X has been worked around, and gcc 2.95.2
> (It is only fair to point out that the Comeau found many bugs in the code,
> vs 1 possible bug in the compiler, which both MSVC and gcc passed right
> Anyone want to try Borland? Metrowerks? Intel?
Intel C++ 5.0 likes the code, except for a few remarks (controlling
expression is constant - if(sizeof(X))).
MSVC 7 works, but says
"assignment operator could not be generated" - for auto_ptr_ref
"nonstandard extension used - non-const reference binds to non-lvalue" in
main.cpp(89) (conversion from conversion from 'boost::auto_ptr<X>' to
"conditional expression is constant" on sizeof(X)
Borland 5.5.1 for some reason doesn't recognize 'X' as a type on lines 112,
103, 154, 229, 267, 251. When I replaced X by 'element_type' it compiled the
code with the usual "Condition always true" warnings on
I have a question, however. Can we get rid of auto_ptr_ref? Please?
-- Peter Dimov Multi Media Ltd.
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