From: John Maddock (John_Maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-09-23 05:55:58
>When getting the regex library to compile under Mac OS X, I ran into a
>problem with the BSD <ctype.h>. This file doesn't have the functions
>required by the C standard for things like isspace(), just macros. I
>other older Unix platforms might have the same mistake.
Ouch, that's against the requirements of the C, C++ and POSIX standards...
>Does it seem OK to add a macro to Boost.Config to indicate this problem?
>the name BOOST_NO_CTYPE_FUNCTIONS ok? It's not 100% precise, because
>and toupper are still functions.
OK, but it will involve major surgery - all those std:: prefixes to isXXX
will have to change, so will the section in boost/regex/config.hpp that
undef's the macros to get at the C API's. Are you completely sure that
there are no real declarations?
I'm going to busy for a bit, so go ahead and make the changes if you want -
Oh and don't forget the config test program :-)
- John Maddock
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