From: Gennadiy Rozental (gennadiy.rozental_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-27 23:34:51
>> I couldn't even start to investigate, since there is nothing in
>> output. It's either configuration error or compiler just crashing
>> during compilation.
> It looks much more comprehensible to me now: http://tinyurl.com/8cu3v.
Unfortunately it's not that much help. It complains that following methods
couldn't be instantiated:
basic_cstring<char>::basic_cstring<char>( std::string const& ).
basic_cstring<char>::assign( std::string const&, ... ).
This is true. But ... it's not supposed to be instantiated. There are three
reasons for this to happened:
1. Somehow/somewhere basic_cstring template parameter gets deduced
incorrectly (char instead of char const).
2. Compiler trying to instantiate all the method of basic_cstring<char>,
even if they are not used.
3. There is a genuine error in a code. But I guess other compilers would
caught it by now.
So still clueless.
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