From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-17 05:22:45
The following patches get Boost.Program Options compiling with Borland C++
5.6.4 (it's enough to fix the regex grep test program which was what I
wanted). Is it OK to apply these? I can't see how they would cause
problems with other compilers: in fact I'm not at all clear how "cmdline"
was ever found without the qualifier on other compilers.
I haven't looked at the runtime test failures with this compiler yet (has
RCS file: /cvsroot/boost/boost/boost/program_options/detail/parsers.hpp,v
retrieving revision 1.7
diff -r1.7 parsers.hpp
< : cmdline(to_internal(args))
--- > : detail::cmdline(to_internal(args)) 38c38 < : cmdline( --- > : detail::cmdline( 49c49 < cmdline::set_options_description(desc); --- > detail::cmdline::set_options_description(desc); 59c59 < cmdline::set_positional_options(desc); --- > detail::cmdline::set_positional_options(desc); 67c67 < cmdline::style(style); --- > detail::cmdline::style(style); 75c75 < cmdline::set_additional_parser(ext); --- > detail::cmdline::set_additional_parser(ext); 84c84 < result.options = cmdline::run(); --- > result.options = detail::cmdline::run();
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