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Subject: Re: [boost] request for help: g++ compiler error in mapreduce library
From: Craig Henderson (cdm.henderson_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-22 17:40:25

> > Can someone please help me with a g++ compiler error with my
> MapReduce
> > library test program?
> ><boost::mapreduce::schedule_policy::cpu_parallel<Job>
> >>(result);     // <-- ERROR
> Just change the line to:
> job.template run<boost::mapreduce::schedule_policy::cpu_parallel<Job>
> >(result);
> to allow the compiler to handle the dependent name

Thanks - I've never come across that syntax before. MSVC doesn't need it,
but can cope with it. I've updated the sandbox.

> BTW, the only error I get now is
> platform.hpp:98: undefined reference to
> `boost::mapreduce::linux_os::get_temporary_filename(std::basic_string<c
> har,
> std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> >&)
> which was available before.

I think you modified platform.hpp locally for this - you've sent me the
code, but I haven't integrated it yet. I'll do that shortly.

Thanks for your continued help
-- Craig

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