Subject: Re: [boost] Spirit V1.8 to V2.1 Porting Errors
From: Hartmut Kaiser (hartmut.kaiser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-02-25 12:54:00
> Yes, these are the compilation errors.
> 2>------ Build started: Project: Project, Configuration: Debug Win32 --
> I tried to use the Spirit Classic by changing the project include and
> namespace statements to classic. Those are the only changes made to the
> project for the port. The library is stored as the complete download
> the rest of the boost libraries including the smart pointer, and have
> further tried to compile the code with removing such directories.
Ok, I have to take your word for it. But how do you think I should know what
actually happens in your code if all what you're showing to me is a listing
of completely unrelated (to Spirit) error messages? I have no crystal ball
to see what you're doing. So I must ask you again, please provide me with a
small self contained piece of code reproducing your problem.
Does your code compile if you do not change the Spirit #include's (yes I
know you'll see the deprecated warnings then)?
What Boost versions have your code been compiled with before your changes?
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