From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-09 16:16:33
Sorry, I wanted to do this but I didn't feel comfortable without
looking over it detail and running tests here. Unfortunatly,
I'm swamped with some other stuff right now and couldn't
get to it.
Beman Dawes wrote:
> Beman Dawes wrote:
>> David Deakins wrote:
>>> Currently, there are a small collection of bugs in the trunk
>>> version of Boost.Serialization that prevent the libraries from
>>> compiling as a Windows DLL. Most of these problems relate to
>>> missing dllimport/dllexport directives or, in a couple places, to
>>> directives that shouldn't be there. Attached are patches to
>>> several files to correct these issues.
>> Serialization is currently failing all DLL tests on Windows because
>> of these errors. They may also be at the root of several failures in
>> other libraries.
>> Thus I would appreciate it if the serialization folks would give high
>> priority to applying Dave's patches, or supply other fixes if they
>> prefer a different approach.
> No reply to a private email to Robert, so I've now applied these
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