From: Dieter Vrancken (dieter.vrancken_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-14 09:28:42
> There's a big difference between 90% of the code and the 100%. I can
> paste the latter into emacs, run compilation and see the error immediately.
> Otherwise, I'll have to spot the problem in the code by carefully looking at
> it, which is harder. Therefore, I am much more likely to help if I see
> complete example. I'm sure this is the general rule.
You're absolutely right. I'll remember it for the future.
>> // declare the graph
>> typedef adjacency_list<setS, vecS, directedS, vertex_name_t,
>> no_property, graph_name_t, setS> Graph; Graph g(v_names.size());
> When I change this to:
> typedef adjacency_list<setS, vecS, directedS,
> property<vertex_name_t, std::string>, no_property,
> property<graph_name_t, std::string>, setS> Graph;
> everything starts to work on g++-3.2. I think this must be the problem.
I've just seen this on the net somewhere. If I change a compiler option
(/Z7 instead of /ZI) it actually works too!! Thanks very much for helping.
>>c:\boost_1_29_0\boost\pending\detail\property.hpp(89) : error C2039:
>>'next_type' : is not a member of '`global namespace''
> Uph... this specific error message looks plain wrong :-)
could be since it's from micro$oft
thanks a million,
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