Date: 2006-06-06 14:05:33
>> The original report looks like it might be either a bug in the
>> lib code, or else in gcc's libstdc++, but we'd need a backtrace of
>> problem deallocations to stand any chance of figuring out which.
>> If you can
>> come up with more information please repost with [filesystem] in
>> the title
>> so the relevent people see the message.
> My guess would be that he's linking with (library) code that is
> compiled with two different versions of g++.
That's exactly what it was ... the Boost package I installed via Fink
(a popular Mac OSX package manager) was 1.31, and it was a binary
(likely compiled with gcc3.x). I realized this once I tried
compiling my sample with gcc3.3 and it worked ...
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