Subject: Re: [boost] [fusion] Compilation errors on Intel compiler (C++14)
From: Kohei Takahashi (flast_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-12-08 11:26:44
>>> I'm seeing compilation errors coming from Boost.Fusion headers on
>>> Notably, the same tests compile fine in C++11 mode on the same
>>> compiler, which makes me think that is related to C++14 mode
>>> specifically. Looking at the code, it seems the compiler makes
>>> constexpr functions implicitly const-qualified even though it
>>> shouldn't in C++14 mode, so it's likely a compiler bug. Still, is it
>>> possible to add a workaround?
I think the bug affects not only fusion, i.e. updating config is better.
>> Is it possible to override BOOST_CXX14_CONSTEXPR somehow?
> Only if you define and use your own similar macro in Boost.Fusion. Or
> if we decide that C++14 constexpr is broken enough in the compiler to
> warrant the change in Boost.Config. The compiler passes all
> Boost.Config tests in C++14 mode, so I guess it supports C++14
> mostly ok.
> : http://www.boost.org/development/tests/develop/developer/config.html
It seems the test is not enough about such case.
I opened a pull-request that updates config_test:
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