Subject: Re: [boost] [TR1] Sun problems (again)
From: Ling Li (liling_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-11-13 11:02:37
I agree with you that there isn't an (easy) way to fix it as long as Sun CC
refuses to reload its SUNWCCh headers. I like Simon's workaround 1 to turn
off Sun's special treatment on standard headers. That way we don't even need
the boost/tr1/tr1/sun folder. Maybe we can put that in the document of
Boost::TR1, as an alternative?
On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 5:48 AM, John Maddock <john_at_[hidden]>wrote:
> Oh heck, I'll think about this, but I can't see a way to fix it at present.
> The one thing we definitely can't do is allow recursive includes (so that
> vendor <string> includes Boost <memory>), because that leads to some awful
> and intractable cyclic dependencies. You could include
> <boost/tr1/memory.hpp> instead of <memory>, but that's not a good solution
> either :-(
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