From: Martin Bonner (martin.bonner_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-22 10:12:36
From: David Crayford [mailto:david_crayford_at_[hidden]]
Sent: 22 September 2005 15:32
Subject: Re: [boost] Errors compiling multi_index hashed.cpp
>> 1. Globally search "__IBMCPP__" in the codebase (about 100
>> occurrences) and replace it with, say, BOOST_IBMCPP.
>> This task should be simple if you're a Unix man.
> Nitto, I'm an MVS man, but SlickEdit is my friend...although
> we do have UNIX systems services running as a task, so I suppose GREP
> is the go.
>> 2. Compile your test code with a compiler switch
>> defining the macro BOOST_IBMCPP to 600. I think in your case the
>> compiler switch is -DBOOST_IBMCPP=600
>> 3. Shake and serve.
> I'm crossing my fingers. It's define(DBOOST_IBMCPP=600) on MVS.
Are you sure about that leading capital D? From a position of TOTAL
ignorance of MVS, I would have expected:
If I'm right, I assume this is a copy and paste error - but it might be a
copy and paste error that creeps into your test!
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