From: Stephan Diederich (stephan.diederich_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-11 05:16:02
On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 3:00 PM, David Abrahams <dave_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> on Tue May 13 2008, Thorsten Ottosen <thorsten.ottosen-AT-dezide.com> wrote:
>> John Reid skrev:
>>> iterator_range.hpp defines is_singular() if NDEBUG is not defined but it
>>> calls is_singular through the BOOST_ASSERT macro. Unfortunately it is
>>> possible to enable BOOST_ASSERT and have NDEBUG defined which leads to a
>>> compilation error.
>>> To see this compile the iterator_range.cpp example included with the
>>> library with the following defines:
>>> gcc -DBOOST_ENABLE_ASSERT_HANDLER -I/usr/local/src/boost-trunk/ -DNDEBUG
>>> -c iterator_range.cpp
>> I'll look into this when I get some time. I guess most people write
>> assertions under the implicit assumption that they are either on or off.
Are there any news?
There are 2 ticket which deal with this (and could be closed):
Attached is a patch which solves the issue by using #ifndef
BOOST_DISABLE_ASSERTS instead of NDEBUG
p.s.: the trac spam checker doesn't let me attach the patch to the ticket...
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