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From: williamkempf_at_[hidden]
Date: 2001-10-15 15:57:17

--- In boost_at_y..., "Peter Dimov" <pdimov_at_m...> wrote:
> From: <williamkempf_at_h...>
> > In file included from ../../../boost/limits.hpp:15,
> > from ../src\semaphore.cpp:14:
> > ../../../boost/detail/limits.hpp:102: macro `min' used without
> Try to #define NOMINMAX before #including <windows.h>.

Already done. From the code (you can see it for yourself in CVS):

# define NOMINMAX
# include <windows.h>

However, I have figured this one out. The pthreads-win32 headers
include <windows.h> so this one source file was indirectly including
<windows.h> before NOMINMAX was defined, leading to the problem. I
guess my question is, should the Boost.Config stuff insure that all
Win32 compilers have this defined up front?

And, while I'm at it, there's a set of gcc warnings given when
compiling with native Win32 threads that I could use some help on as
well. Here's the output:

action ..\..\..\libs\thread\build\bin\libboost_thread\gcc\release\runt
../src\once.cpp: In function `void boost::call_once(void (*)(),
once_flag &)':
../src\once.cpp:61: warning: unsigned int format, DWORD arg (arg 3)
../src\once.cpp:61: warning: unsigned int format, pointer arg (arg 4)

Bill Kempf

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