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From: Stuart Dootson (stuart.dootson_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-22 08:56:05
On Fri, 21 Jan 2005 15:50:19 -0600, Matthew P. Cashdollar
> I have been using program_options for a while and it works great.
> However, I don't know how to make a program which behaves like this:
> programname -blah abc -blah def -blah ghi
> In my code I would read the option blah as a vector of strings, like:
> po::options_description desc("Configuration");
> "the location of the blah device")
> po::store(po::parse_config_file(config_file, desc), vm);
> When I try to compile the code under MSVC++ 7.0 I get this error (among
> error C2947: expecting '>' to terminate template-argument-list, found '>>'
> Is it possible for me to do what I am trying to with the program_options
Instead of 'po::value<vector<string>>()', use
'po::value<vector<string> >()' - i.e. put a space between the '>'
characters. The C++ compiler is seeing '>>' as the right bit-shift
operator, not two '>' characters closing the template argument lists.
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