From: Karel Gardas (kgardas_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-05 03:30:22
On Tue, 5 Aug 2003, Pascal Bleser wrote:
> Beman Dawes wrote:
> > At 10:04 AM 8/4/2003, David Abrahams wrote:
> > >Pascal Bleser <pascal.bleser_at_[hidden]> writes:
> > >> aCC tells me that it's the same function... yuck...
> > >> Agreed, it's a sick compiler
> > >You've hit the nail on the head.
> > >> , but nevertheless...
> > >> I will try once more using STLport, but it's not about the STL IMHO.
> > >My advice? Don't waste your time. Use GCC or some non-sick compiler
> > >for your platform, or, sadly, give up on Boost until HP gets their
> > >act together.
> > Dave's 100% right, AFAIC.
> Well, if things were that simple, we would have used GCC 2.x/3.x on HP-UX as well.
> Unfortunately, we have to link against 3rd party C++ libraries (Tuxedo (CORBA), actually) that have
> been compiled with aCC (*gasp* even with the old roguewave STL - they don't even have the std
Since CORBA provides IIOP interoperability, I would suggest to use some
different implementation in apps, where you would like to use boost+gcc
instead of Tuxedo. Any problem with using free impls like: MICO
(http://www.mico.org), omniORB (http://www.omniorb-support.com), TAO
> This gets a little off-topic, but has anybody had any success linking together objects that have
> been compiled with g++ and aCC on HP-UX ?
I'm afaraid name mangling is different...
-- Karel Gardas kgardas_at_[hidden] ObjectSecurity Ltd. http://www.objectsecurity.com
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