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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [Regex] subexpressions
From: Roland Bock (rbock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-11-24 08:10:27
Glad to read that you're coming closer to a solution. But I am sorry, I
cannot help you with the includes.
Carsten Witzel wrote:
> 2008/11/20 Roland Bock <rbock_at_[hidden] <mailto:rbock_at_[hidden]>>
> I'll try static linking, but I guess it will not solve the
> problem: I'm 100% sure that the main application does not use
> boost.regex (I've checked with dependancy walker).
> It still might be that you have two versions of boost on your
> system, one being used at compile time, the other at runtime. In my
> experience, many obscure errors result from something like that. If
> it is not boost, check all other libraries you are using in your
> Next step: Use some memory checking library (hope there is something
> like that for windows...). Memory which is corrupted by the
> application can also give extraordinary results.
> If this still yields no findings, gradually remove all calls to the
> 3rd party software or replace the function calls by calls to dummy
> functions. Somewhere between the current state and that initial
> commandline exe the regex behavior will return to normal. This will
> give you a hint where to look closer or what/whom to ask in more detail.
> Try to reproduce the problem with something you can publish. If you
> find no way to reproduce the problem without the 3rd-party software,
> contact the vendor.
> Thanks for the hints!
> I've checked with Microsofts TR1 implementation, and I get the same
> wrong result, so the problem is not Boost, but the 3rd party application.
> From an older project, I remembered that the application's libs use
> _HAS_ITERATOR_DEBUGGING=0 and _SECURE_SCL=0, but that wasn't enough.
> If anyone had an idea which #defines and #includes are _not_ allowed for
> boost::regex (or std::tr1::regex), that would be great!
> But you're right: as it's not a Boost-specific problem, I'll try to get
> help from the application's vendor.
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