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From: Antonio Coralles (noche.suapie_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-19 02:03:41

boost-users_at_[hidden] wrote:

> On Tue, 18 Jan 2005 17:19:56 -0700, Bart wrote
>> > i've also tried to compile some other examples - they work, like the
>> > rest of my program; maybe there is something wrong with my
> installation
>> > - but i don't know what. it is also really strange that mingw accepts
>> > partial_date [in my app] which is derived from year_based_generator
> but
>> > refuses to work with year_based_generator*.
>> >
>> > antonio
>> I'm stumped.
>> I tried upgrading to gcc/g++ 3.4 (I extracted these into my original
>> mingw installation) and am unable to duplicate your errors.
>> If you can spare the time, try downloading a fresh boost_1_32_0 archive
>> and attempting a print_holidays compile with that source tree. I'm
>> wondering if your source tree may have been corrupted somehow.
> That would be my guess at this point too. The fact that the example fails
> means something is really off. I just compiled 1_32 with mingw dev-cpp
> with
> compiler version 3.3.1. The regression tests also succeed for your
> combination. More than likely it would have to be something messed up in
> boost/date_time/date_generators.hpp -- so you could try just getting the
> latest version of that file and replacing it.
> Jeff

i'll try a complete reinstallation of the boost-libraries in the next
few days. i think it is more likely that the library isn't correctly
installed because i had the same problems with 1_31_0. it is eaven
possible that there is something wrong with my mingw installation.


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