From: John Spalding (jspalding_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-04-16 22:05:05
I am relatively new to the Boost community,
just let me add a big thanks for all the service rendered.
I have encountered a problem with the Boost
Graph Library and Microsoft Visual Studio, v 7.0,
the first released version. Your postings
indicate BGL was recently tested with the
Visual Studio beta-2 version. I am relatively
new to the v 7.0 version of Visual Studio, I
haven't been able to rule out a setup parameter
The same code compiled and worked with Visual Studio,
v 6.0, SP5.
- Boost Version: 1.25.1, and 1.27.0. (same symptoms)
- file: cv_traits.hpp
- functions: is_volatile, line-215
- compiler: the compiler issues error C1001.
: fatal error C1001: INTERNAL COMPILER ERROR
(compiler file 'msc1.cpp', line 2844)
Please choose the Technical Support command on the Visual C++
Help menu, or open the Technical Support help file for more
- desc: both functions have a complex macro call
using BOOST_STATIC_CONSTANT which takes the
address of a static variable of type T, to form
the argument of functions "detail::is_const_helper" and
Compiler, other details:
Microsoft Windows XP Professional version 2002.
Microsoft Development Environment 2002 Version 7.0.9466
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.0 Version 1.0.3705
Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 55537-652-0000007-18892
The compiler was installed off the DVD disk in the
MDSN Profesional Subscription,
"Disk 1332, March 2002,
Includes Visual Studio .NET Professional 2002, ..."
- I have attached the following files:
- BuildLog.htm, output from Visual Studio.
- VS_OutputWindow_2002Apr05.txt, annotated
VS output window text, with comments about
- VStudio7Problem_2002apr06.zip, the full
code project that reproduces the problem.
I would appreciate any help on this topic.
My current workaround is to utilize
Visual Studio v 6.0, SP5.
I plan also to send this report to
Microsoft for their comments.
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
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