Subject: [Boost-build] Problems using Borland C++
From: Jacques63 (santiagobasaldua_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-06-23 09:13:52
I need to compile boost for the first time to build a third party program.
I am using Borland Developer Studio 2006, the compiler is: Borland C++ 5.82
The error I get is (file: enable_if.hpp):
[C++ Error] enable_if.hpp(100): E2029
'enable_if_does_not_work_on_this_compiler<void>' must be a previously
defined class or struct
I have googled a little and found that this may be becuase my compiler does
not support SFINAE
"Substitution Failure Is Not An Error". That "feature" should be avoided by
That doesn't work.
Other advices to this problem suggest that the compiler is not supported,
but boost claims to support it.
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