From: Andy Little (andy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-28 04:32:46
"Andy Little" <andy_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> "David Abrahams" <dave_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>> "Andy Little" <andy_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>> "Larry Evans" <cppljevans_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>>>> Hence, I'm wondering how a variadic template fusion vector would
>>>> be implemented. Any ideas?
>>> Nope. But I'm sure it will though!
>>> seems a bit like ConceptGCC has broken the sound barrier don't it :-)
>> Variadics is a separate feature from what ConceptGCC provides. I know
>> variadics are generating a lot of well-earned excitement, but think
>> ConceptGCC really deserves more attention.
OK Here is my ConceptGCC installation for dummies guide. Probably of most use to
And BTW that is as far as I have got so far. Will try to actually compile
Hurdle 1. Many Windows users are used to zip not bz2 files, so what do I do with
Use gzip ??options to unzip the source. I cant remember what this is! You also
need the Cygwin/bin directory in your non-Cygwin path to get gzip at the non
Cygwin command prompt
I used PKZip which IIRC I had to extend with something or other and then Use
tar -xf conceptgcc-VERSION.tar , hence I cant remember the gzip stuff.
(Replace with whatever the Cool form to extract tar.bzip2 files is)
Move the resulting 'opt' directory to your Cygwin installation. In my case
so the result is C:/Cygwin/opt
Head for Start>Control Panel.
Head for System>Advanced>Environment Variables.
Find 'Path' environment variable
Add The ConceptGcc bin directory e.g
Now check it works. Open a command prompt. (If you have Cygwin correctly
installed you shouldnt need to be in Cygwin shell)
If all is working ok you should get:
conceptg++: no input files
Next.. actually trying to compile something :-)
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