From: Jaakko Jarvi (jajarvi_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-22 10:36:26
The problems with 2.95 were in bind overloads and deducing function
references, if I remember correctly. However, the bind
overloading was changed at some point for other reasons, and that can have
fixed the trouble.
I can't now even get the deque error you mention, can you send me
the error listing (maybe outside of boost list). Maybe there is a better
way to fix it instead of including deque.
On Thu, 22 May 2003, Daniel Frey wrote:
> I should also mention that I have a patch which solves the problem by
> replacing the forward declaration of deque with a real include in
> boost/lambda/detail/operator_return_type_traits.hpp. Really
> strait-forward. But am interested in the general support of lambda for
> this compiler, as the problem I had will most likely occur for anyone
> using the gcc 2.95.2 immediately and I haven't found any other problem
> after the patch...
> Regards, Daniel
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