From: Shawn D. Pautz (sdpautz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-16 11:45:00
I'm trying to compile a code that uses uBLAS with the PGI compiler and
having problems. I understand that PGI is not one of the "supported"
compilers, but the compile failure appears to be artificial. In
ublas/detail/config.hpp is the following line:
// Cannot continue with an unsupported compiler
#error Your compiler is unsupported by this verions of uBLAS. Boost
1.32.0 includes uBLAS with support for many old compilers.
This causes immediate termination of my compile since my compiler is not
recognized. If I comment that line out, though, my compilation proceeds
normally and I get valid executables. Is there a recommended way to
turn off those preprocessor lines? More generally, is there a way for
Boost to distinguish between compilers that are known to fail from
compilers whose capability is unknown?
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