From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-12 12:22:22
Jeff Garland wrote:
> VENNIN Joel wrote:
>> Hello, i have lots of code using boost(1.33.1). It is a really great
>> API. However, now I have to compile my code on a Solaris SPARC. I must
>> use the Sun Compiler CC: Sun C++ 5.8 Patch 121017-10 2007/02/21.
Oh dang...ignore my last email -- got my compiler results crossed.
The OSL4-V2 test uses Sun Studio 11 (Sun C++ 5.8 Patch 121017-03 2006/07/19)
which is an earlier version. This version basically compiles all the tests.
It fails some of the regressions, but that mostly has to do with 'standard
formatting' issues. Thus, I'd say, things should at least compile.
Of course, this is testing the 1.34 release candidate, so it's possible that
there's some change made along the way to help the Solaris compiler -- there's
nothing in the release notes, but someone else could have made an update in
config or something ,and it's been too long since 1.33 to be 100% sure
something else isn't required.
Just looking at the error, though, this might be simpler problem. Add in this
header after local_time.hpp:
If that doesn't work then we might have to look at the 1.34 RC differences.
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