From: Drazen DOTLIC (Drazen.Dotlic_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-04 08:22:40
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Maddock [mailto:john_at_[hidden]]
> Sent: 4. novembar 2003 13:01
> Visual studio builds
> > If they are your code, then fine. But if they are not? In our case,
> > "offending" libraries are big, and even though we keep them
> in our cvs
> > source tree, we try not to patch them unless absolutely necessary,
> > because then upgrades of these libraries are a big PITA.
> Good point - I'll try and make sure that there is some way of building
> without the /Zc:wchar_t option.
> Thanks for the feedback,
No problem. Note that boost libraries that depend on this switch like
lexical_cast already work correctly - they do not assume anything, but
if wchar_t is not a type, certain functionality is unavailable.
On the second thought, lexical_cast is header only, while in this case
library actually needs to be built - well, anything goes as long as we
can override whatever is the default (on or off).
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