From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-12 09:12:31
Geoff Wedig wrote:
> Peter Dimov wrote:
>> Geoff Wedig wrote:
>>> I am attempting to port our source, which makes heavy use of boost,
>>> to RHEL5 with gcc version 4.1.1-18. I am getting 'defined but not
>>> used' warnings from placeholders.hpp. Since we've got a clean
>>> build policy, we need to clean this up somehow. I've done a bit of
>>> googling on both the boost site and the internet trying to
>>> determine where this error appeared from since our other compiles
>>> don't show it.
>> Can you post one such warning, and the version of Boost that you're
> Sorry this took me so long. Got distracted by a different issue that
> I've been tracking down.
> The warnings look like this:
> .../boost_1_33_1/boost/bind/placeholders.hpp:56: warning:
> â<unnamed>::_3â defined but not used
You could try the following trivial patch:
and see if it helps. This is a fix for a problem with g++ precompiled
headers, but it should take care of the warning as well.
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