From: Giovanni Piero Deretta (gpderetta_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-21 14:06:58
On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 8:01 PM, Thomas Karolski
>> I have never tested it with mingw, and I think that there might be
>> some problems with exception
>> handling (not sure, It might depend a lot on what type of exception
>> handling strategy is being
>> used by mingw: I know that for a while it has used the unwind table
>> based approach and now it
>> has switched back to a windows compatible one).
> Hmm. Guess I'll try cygwin then.
>> Yes, I'm slowly working on it on a branch. Currently I'm simplifying
>> the implementation, but hopefully the interface will
>> remain mostly the same (no symmetric coroutines, though).
>> I do not have access to a windows platform currently, so I do not know
>> how soon I can get Boost.Coroutine to compile
>> on VC++ 9.0. I'll try to set my self up on windows again soon. If you
>> want to help me in the meantime, you are wellcome
> Sounds interesting. What exactly would you need help with?
If you can find out about any compilation error on VC++9
I can try a blind fix.
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