From: Bart Garst (bartmann_nsd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-15 09:19:59
On Wed, 14 Jul 2004 20:29:19 -0700, Robert Ramey wrote:
> Marshall Clow wrote:
>> What I see is that the serialization library defines "std::wcslen" in
>> even though there's a perfectly good one already available. This is
>> off of BOOST_NO_CWCHAR, which leads me to think that this flag is
>> wrong in the darwin config.
>> So, I moved it so that it is only set when building on GCC 2.95.x.
> Interesting. I examined the config files for macos and was left confused.
> It seemed to me that gcc 3.3 left BOOST_NO_CWHAR undefined while macos
> overrode that with a define. But then the regex test runs a config test
> whose results suggest that BOOST_NO_CWCHAR is not defined so I'm left
> absolutely and totally confused. On top of this I now have some doubts
> about my inclusion of my own definition of wcslen which I now suspect may
> have been the wrong response to some other question. I'm not sure if Darwin
> and macos are the same thing.
If you look at the results from the config/config_info test
(libs/config/test/config_info.cpp) it will tell you which macros are
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