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From: Markus Schöpflin (markus.schoepflin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-10-14 04:17:14

Pavel Vozenilek wrote:

Note a review, but...

> * How does it work on 64 bit systems? Could someone try?

Tried on Tru64 5.1, CXX 7.1-006:

> cxx -model ansi -std strict_ansi -I boost-HEAD binary_int_test.cpp

cxx: Error: binary_int.hpp, line 51: incomplete type is not allowed
     binary_nibble_VALID_VALUES_BINARY_0000_THROUGH_1111<false> t;
cxx: Warning: binary_int.hpp, line 101: trailing comma is nonstandard
         shl = 4u,
cxx: Warning: binary_int.hpp, line 109: trailing comma is nonstandard
         shl = 0u,
cxx: Warning: binary_int.hpp, line 191: trailing comma is nonstandard
         v0_ = (v1_ << binary_int_arg<b0>::shl) | binary_int_arg<b0>::value,
cxx: Warning: binary_int.hpp, line 171: missing return statement at end of
           non-void function "binary_int<b15, b14, b13, b12, b11, b10, b9, b8,
           b7, b6, b5, b4, b3, b2, b1, b0>::operator="
     binary_int& operator=(const binary_int& rhs) { };
cxx: Info: 1 error detected in the compilation of "binary_int_test.cpp".

All compilers I tried (CXX 6.5-042, CXX 7.1-006, G++ 3.4.3, G++ 4.0.1)
generate the same error. When enabling the workaround in binary_int.hpp,
all compilers accept the code. Executing the resulting binary doesn't give
an error.


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