From: Jason Earl (Jason_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-19 04:24:09
When you compile, when errors appear, they will end up in a "Tasks"
pane / tab. Click on the output tab near that and you will see it.
On 19 Me 2005, at 09:57, Marcin Tustin wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Robert Ramey [mailto:ramey_at_[hidden]]
>> Sent: 18 May 2005 16:54
>> To: boost_at_[hidden]
>> Subject: [boost] Re: Non-intrusive serialization with VC2003 (7.1)
>> By extensive error trace I mean the whole chain of
>> instantiations with lines like "instanciated from" ...
>> Sometimes this chain is dozens of lines long. Its the
>> compile-time version of a call stack. This can be used to
>> trace back through the chain of calls to determine which one
>> didn't work as expected.
> How do I access this trace? I've never seen such a thing.
>> Robert Ramey
>>> Perhaps I don't know enough about VC 7.1, but what
>> extensive error
>>> c:\new_boost\boost\boost\serialization\access.hpp(107): error C2039:
>>>> is not a member of 'Jrs::SmartPtr<T>'
>>> is all that I get. I can't begin to imagine how I would go about
>>> diagnosing the cause of the error.
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