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From: Marc Borgers (marc.borgers_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-06 01:55:52

I am having problems with the shared_ptr on Forte 6.2: when I compile my
code into an application, it all seems to work. When I am compiling a
static library, I had to
compile it with the -misalign option. If I don't do this I get a
misalignment error in a destructor of
the shared_ptr. I do not know whether it was the intentin to use that
switch. Should I do something
else ?

"Mark Rodgers" <mark.rodgers_at_[hidden]> on 06/03/2003

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Subject: Re: [boost] solaris, once again

----- Original Message -----
From: "Garnet Kin-Lic Chan" <garnet_at_[hidden]>
> there have been a few discussions recently about the status of
> solaris and boost. as someone whose code relies on the boost::function
> boost::bind libraries, and who needs to port to solaris in the very near
> future, i'm happy to try and help. does anyone know what is needed, and
> has anyone had any experience with version 7 of the sun compilers? anyone
> else interested?

code now that uses bind and function extensively and having reasonable
success with Forte 6.2 (C++ 5.3). I've had to change a few things and will
post a list when I've finished. If you're using this version of the
compiler two things spring to mind:

does support in class member initialisation, but for some reason, the code
in type traits causes a compiler assertion.

2. Get the latest patch. This fixes some of the problems you'll find with
segmentation faults, notably with function (so for example compiling
boost.thread used to fail but now works for me).


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