From: John Maddock (john_maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-12 06:46:15
> The build still fails at this point:
> g++ -o
generic/boost_regex/cregex.o -c -O2 -I../../../ -march=i686 -mieee-fp
> In file included from ../../../boost/regex.hpp:1530,
> from ../src/cregex.cpp:27:
> ../../../boost/regex/detail/instances.hpp:108: syntax error before `<'
> ../../../boost/regex/detail/instances.hpp:135: confused by earlier errors,
> bailing out
> Is this hopeless?
I hope not :-)
Try adding BOOST_NO_MEMBER_FUNCTION_SPECIALIZATIONS to the list of defines
and see if it's any better, I notice that I may have left out part of the
tests that should be conducted for this macro, so if this fixes things let
> If there is no way to use Regex++ with this ancient compiler, is it
> that scoped_ptr and scoped_array might work?
Again I would hope so, try compiler their test programs.
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