Subject: Re: [boost] [chrono] Compatibility issues with 1.44
From: Roland Bock (rbock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-08-06 12:18:59
Roland Bock wrote:
> On 08/03/2010 01:17 PM, Roland Bock wrote:
>> Hi Vicente,
>> do you have an estimate for an update of Boost.Chrono which is
>> compatible with the upcoming 1.44 version of boost?
>> I just tried the daily snapshot provided by Beman with the current
>> Chrono zip:
>> * Compilation of Boost.Chrono fails
>> * Boost.Chrono zip contains changes for parts of Boost.Thread
>> Are these still needed/compatible?
>> Also (not related to 1.44, but also 1.41, at least), there are many
>> warnings issued by the compiler. It seems to me that they are somehow
>> related to the constructors of duration, but I haven't been able to
>> figure them out. These also occur when compiling client code.
>> A log file is attached. Generated on Ubuntu-10.4, 64bit, gcc-4.4.3
> I was able to get rid of the errors and the warnings (see attached
> patches). In my eyes, the warnings show a compiler error, but anyway,
> they can be removed by using boost::mpl.
> With the patches applied, Chrono now compiles without warnings on my
> I am still not sure whether or not I can safely use the files from the
> chrono.zip which belong to other libraries, especially Boost.Thread.
Threads: The changes to Boost.Thread lead to a deadlock in a FiFoMutex
class of mine does not happen with original 1.44.
There are some more of the
system::system_category ==> system::system_category()
changes required, e.g. suspendible_clock.hpp
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