Subject: Re: [boost] workarounf for missing uintptr_t on PGI?
From: Oliver Kowalke (oliver.kowalke_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-03-08 07:05:27
> On Thu, Mar 08, 2012 at 11:08:51AM +0100, Oliver Kowalke wrote:
> > the file reporting the error includes <boost/cstdint.hpp> which includes
> <stdint.h> - ?
> You have yet to mention what you're trying to compile, nor have provided
> any testcase that demonstrates the problem.
I'm referring to:
> > > Relying on their presence seems a bit shaky.
> > a compuation requires an integer large enought to contain an address -
> inptr_t/uinptr_t a the choice for this purpose
> In any way, it seems like boost/config/compiler/pgi.hpp does not define
> BOOST_HAS_STDINT_H, and thus, boost/cstdint.hpp doesn't try to include
> stdint.h. Assuming that this is the place to define it, file a bug
> against Boost.Config.
> Note that the documentation for boost/cstdint.hpp does _not_ mention
> uintptr_t or intptr_t at all, and thus, relying on it to pull them in by
> proxy is a fault. It doesn't guarantee any inclusion of a stdint.h
> either, as that's impossible to guarantee as not all platforms have one.
> If you think that it's boost/cstdint.hpp:s responsibility to define such
> a type, file a bug against it.
maybe it is its the responsibility of cstdint or which place would you preferre instead?
some other boost libs define their own uintptr_t etc. - boost should concentrate such typedefs in on boost lib.
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