From: Cromwell Enage (sponage_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-05 10:21:17
When the attached source code is compiled as is, the
program works as expected.
If the first #if condition is set to 0, the program
garbles some output before crashing.
If second #if condition is then set to 1, the program
outputs much less, but it still crashes.
Without the undirectedS property tag, the program
works as expected, regardless of the #if conditions.
I'm using the MinGW compiler bundled with Dev-C++
126.96.36.199 and linking to the Boost libraries downloaded
from CVS as of today, 0830 EST.
I don't use the adjacency_matrix class template except
for testing, so this is no showstopper, but it does
seem to put a crimp on genericity.
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