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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [thread] Internal compiler error when trying to make movable future
From: Vicente J. Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-09-07 04:18:25
Le 06/09/13 18:01, Niall Douglas a écrit :
> On 6 Sep 2013 at 14:54, Gavin Lambert wrote:
>> Am I doing something wrong in the following code?
>> The internal error goes away if I remove the MOVABLE_ONLY macro or the
>> future_node instance field. The equivalent move code (using
>> boost::detail::thread_move_t directly) for boost 1.47 compiles and works
>> successfully (but crashes again if I switch to boost 1.53).
>> Is this a regression in boost or am I doing something incorrect
>> somewhere? Does anyone know of a workaround?
> As related information, but not solving your specific problem, we had
> terrible problems in proposed Boost.AFIO with ICEs in Visual Studios
> preceding 2012. VS2012 and later seems much happier with Boost.
> A lot of changes have been made to Boost.Thread in recent editions to
> match APIs with the C++11 standard library. That, inevitably, will
> cause older compilers some parsing difficulties, even in C++03 mode
> (e.g. good luck getting VS2010 to not ICE with function types as
> template parameters). In AFIO we certainly had to do a LOT of
> rewriting code via trial and error until VS2010 wouldn't ICE.
> Hope that helps.
Niall, I don't know if you are referring to difficulties with your usage
of Boost.Thread or simply VS2010.
If you have found some abnormal behavior in Boost.Thread, please state
it explicitly, and I will try to help.
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