From: drop zone (avramov_u_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-12-03 12:13:57
I used a few version of that compiler(currently HP-UX aCC A03.33 )
I have a little success to compile and run a few/part of libs.
(any,property,array ,unit_test, and pool) but with some minor changes to
The latest version for aCC contained some major bug with the auto_ptr when
using with the flag -AA
(there must be a new patch for it as HP wrote).
So I did not use the important -AA flag.
I fail to compile all boost so I copy only the small list with some common
header that used by the list(e.g. type_trait).
I used my own makefile and lib structures and it might be difficultt for me
to update next version
of boost for them.
"John Maddock" <jm_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> > My group is looking at using some Boost libraries.
> > However we have to support HP versions of our applications.
> > There doesn't seem to be much aCC usage in this mailing list
> > (at least that came up when searching the archive).
> > Have people had real problems? What is the history?
> > Is anyone successfully using boost on HP? (The compile logs indicate
> > The guy who installed boost here said he couldn't get it to work, but
> > I don't know if it's b/c he did something wrong, or if aCC just isn't
> > up to the task.
> > Thanks for any information you can provide.
> We're really looking for someone to take on the task of running regular
> regression tests for that compiler. A good start would be to check the
> boost.config to see how accurate it is (see the boost config docs for
> instructions on testing the config). After that it's a case of trying the
> libraries you want to use to see if they build or not - all the boost
> libraries come with some fairly strong regression tests, so you should be
> able to work out quite quickly where there are any problems.
> John Maddock
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