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From: Bart (bartmann_nsd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-03 09:00:08

On Thu, 02 Dec 2004 17:52:20 -0800, Eric Niebler wrote:

> Victor A. Wagner Jr. wrote:
>> The program that causes this error used to compile (until a few days ago)
>> I'm using the cvs HEAD
>> c:\boost\include\boost-1_32\boost\iterator\iterator_facade.hpp(326) :
>> error C2664: 'boost::implicit_cast' : cannot convert parameter 1 from
>> 'const std::string *__w64 ' to 'boost::mpl::identity::type'
>> with
>> [
>> T=boost::detail::operator_arrow_result,std::basic_string,std::allocator>::const_iterator,std::string>,std::string,boost::detail::minimum_category::type>::type,const
>> std::string
>> &>::value_type,boost::iterator_facade,std::basic_string,std::allocator>::const_iterator,std::string>,std::string,boost::detail::minimum_category::type>::type,const
>> std::string
>> &>::reference,boost::iterator_facade,std::basic_string,std::allocator>::const_iterator,std::string>,std::string,boost::detail::minimum_category::type>::type,const
>> std::string &>::pointer>::type
>> ]
>> Conversion loses qualifiers
> That's funny, I've spent the better part of today trying to track a
> similar issue down. My scenario doesn't involve date_time, however. It
> uses tokenizer directly (which is getting used indirectly in your case
> by date_time). But my scenario is complicated, and my efforts to find a
> simplier repro have failed.
> Not a problem in date_time, but certainly a problem either in tokenizer
> or iterator (or possibly a compiler bug). I'm continuing to investigate.

I saw this error yesterday while fixing another date_time issue. The
date_time code that triggered it uses the deprecated tokenizer
char_delimiters_separator. (I was planning on fixing that today.)

Could this be part of the problem?


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