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From: Eric Reaburn (ereaburn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-06-20 20:43:31

This looks like a similar problem I had. I'm also using C++ Builder 5 with
patch 1.

I was using regex from Boost 1.25.0 but when I upgraded to 1.28.0 I got
run-time errors (specifically bad_alloc). I had no problems compiling and
running the test and example programs.

Eventually I discovered that I had to uncomment the following two macros (in
user.hpp in boost/regex) and recompile the regex libraries:

// define this if no template instances are to be placed in
// the library rather than users object files:

// define this if the forward declarations in regex_fwd.hpp
// cause more problems than they are worth:

Now everything's just dandy!

-----Original Message-----
From: David Beres [mailto:dberes_at_[hidden]]
Sent: Friday, 21 June 2002 9:02 AM
To: Boost-Users_at_[hidden]
Cc: John Maddock
Subject: [Boost-Users] Regex boost_1_28_0 incorrect build / run-time problem

Hello, I am new to Boost since version 1.27. I apparently have a problem
building Regex from Boost 1.28 as I encounter a runtime error that causes
all the examples to hang.

I was successfully able to run all of the Regex examples except 'partial
match' under boost 1.27 using Borland BCB5 patch 1.

My procedure for building Regex for both versions 1.27 and 1.28 was to run
        Make.exe -fbcb5.mak install clean
The dlls and libs are then correctly placed in the Builder 5 root directory,
and the examples build OK. However, whereas they ran successfully for Boost
1.27, they do not run under Boost 1.28.

I also tried BJam, but the problem remains.

If possible, please let me know what was my mistake in building the libs.

Thank you,

David Beres[dberes_at_[hidden]]

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