From: Jonathan Turkanis (technews_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-06 14:18:42
"John Maddock" <john_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> > 1. The compiler complains that application of 'abs' to a
> > variable is ambiguous (maybe getting confused with 'abs' from
> > <math.h>.) This problems goes away if all such uses of abs are
> > explicitly namespace qualified: ::std::abs(tr).
> That call is deliberately unqualified: it relies on ADL to work
I didn't realize that.
> > 2.Dinkumware defines a macro _DEPRECATED which apparently
> > to __declspec(deprecated), which Intel doesn't understance. This
> > problem comes up in the header <locale> included by quaternion.
> > way to solve the problem is to do something like this:
> Then Intel is broken with <locale> I guess: you define
> (or we could if it's a general problem), or you can patch
> headers :-( (just kidding!)...
Yeah, I know it's broken.
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