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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] boost graph library with gcc 4.2 and later (Andrew Sutton)
From: Andrew Sutton (andrew.n.sutton_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-29 08:36:58
> which has error due to the strcmp function in line 140 in the file:
I added the required header file (string.h) and only the warnings remain.
> When I tried to run this example using the following command:
> kolmogorov-eg < max_flow.dat
> I got a segmentation fault:
> I tried to understand where the seg. fault came from using valgrind and it
> runs without seg. fault but with many "invalid read" errors, that seems to
> come from the file read_dimacs.hpp, line 118
> Using the same code with WinXP and visual studio 2003, yields no problems.
> Any idea?
Not really :) Part of the problem may be with using GCC-4.3. I don't believe
that its fully supported by Boost.Config. As you can see 4.3 starts
deprecating the old hash_* headers, and the BGL uses these in a number of
places - or pulls them through some other header. It's a non-trivial job to
fix this. Any chance you'd be interested in downgrading your compiler :)
4.2.x seems to works nicely.
You should file a ticket over at svn.boost.org with exactly this
information, and I'll try to take a look at it sometime this week.
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