From: Hubert HOLIN (Hubert.Holin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-08-12 18:07:16
[Sorry for the late reply, I'm only catching up with the digests!]
Paris (U.E.), le 13/08/2001
As things stand now, I only plan to support version 3 of GCC,
because of numerous problems with older versions.
However, the case for support of previous versions is
legitimate (they won't go away overnight...), and the changes you
propose do not seem very drastic.
I have some evolution to the library (the test files and
documentation, actually) in the pipeline (which I have sent to Jens
Maurer, but which have not made it to the CVS yet), so some more might
be quite acceptable. Please send me the files as you wish them modified
by E-mail, so I can process them.
--- In boost_at_y..., John Maddock <John_Maddock_at_c...> wrote:
> I have a number of problems trying to build the special
> functions/quaternion/octonion code with gcc2.95.3 on BeOS:
> These files include <limits> in several places which gcc lacks - changing
> this to <boost/limits.hpp> fixes the problem.
> When building with STLport 4.5b8 I see a number of problems relating to the
> fact that template function scope using declarations get ignored by gcc
> 2.95; these are used extensively in the special functions headers. The
> usual fix is to move these into the scope of the enclosing namespace,
> possibly enclosed with:
> #if defined(__GNUC__) && defined(__SGI_STL_PORT) && (__GNUC__ < 3)
> using std::x;
> I'm prepared to make the changes, but since these are non-trivial and
> effects library header code, I won't do so unless you give me the go ahead.
> - John Maddock
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