Subject: [boost] [1.37] Trivial but Boost wide patch?
From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-10 12:18:21
There's a problem in 1.37 as it stands in that:
* If Boost.TR1 is in the include path, and,
* A Boost header is included that includes <cmath>.
Then the TR1 version of <cmath> gets included. This is relatively harmless
on *nix platforms - except for somewhat longer compile times - but for
windows compilers that support auto-linking then the headers want to link to
the math TR1 libraries even if the user is actually using a header only
library like spirit for example. This is the subject of bug report:
There is a trivial fix, which is to replace #includes of <cmath> with
<boost/config/no_tr1/cmath.hpp>: I've just applied this to Trunk (so you
know who to blame if this causes any issues!), but should this be applied to
the release branch as well? Changeset here:
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