From: Carl Daniel (cpdaniel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-05-03 20:34:05
"Jens Maurer" <Jens.Maurer_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> Carl Daniel wrote:
> > Towards that end, does anyone know how compatible the Boost libraries
> > with Green Hills' C++ compiler? It's an EDG-based compiler, so I'd
> > their language conformance is quite good, but as I don't have the
> > (yet), I can't try it myself.
> The Intel C++ compiler, for example, is also based on EDG, as is
> Comeau C++. You may want to look at the boost regression test
> results and messages how some compilers deal with boost.
> Of course, the language support always depends on the version of
> the EDG front-end the compiler is based on. For example, the
> IRIX and Alpha compilers are based on relatively old versions
> of EDG (2.38 and 2.40, in no particular order). You may want to
> check with Green Hills what version of the EDG front-end they
I've learned that Green Hills is based on the EDG 2.42 front end - is that
good? Are there other commercial compilers based on 2.42 that people have
Boost experience with?
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