Date: 2007-02-13 07:49:22
Christopher Kohlhoff <chris <at> kohlhoff.com> writes:
> On Tue, 13 Feb 2007 16:11:01 +0530, Gaurav.Jain <at>
> > # if defined(_AIX)
> > # define ss_family __ss_family
> > # endif
> Nice ;)
> > and line #276 of /boost/asio/error.hpp #elif defined(__MACH__) &&
> > defined(__APPLE__) || defined(_AIX) But still errors related to
> > gethostbyaddr_r() and gethostbyname_r() crop up.
> > Please let know if I can continue to work on this and if possible
> > get a resolution.
> If you can try 0.3.8 you might find this error goes away, because
> gethostbyaddr_r and gethostbyname_r are only required if getaddrinfo
> and getnameinfo are unavailable or don't work correctly. As far as I
> can tell by googling, these last two functions are available on AIX.
With asio 0.3.8 and the above mentioned hack ( __ss_family ) I was able
to build the daytime_client on AIX without any errors/issues. I had to
make some changes to avoid some warnings (AIX specific):
// Helper class to perform task-related operations on block exit.
//class task_cleanup is already declared on line:341
//friend class task_cleanup;
removed #include <cerrno> since the same is being included by
//as suggested by you
using namespace std;
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