[C++-sig] Re: args patch
dave at boost-consulting.com
Thu Jul 31 20:28:00 CEST 2003
Nikolay Mladenov <nickm at sitius.com> writes:
> I can't get boost_python to compile with this swich, and I have
> 1.29.0 compiled with it.
You're saying Boost.Python 1.29.0 used to compile with /vmg?
> The problem is that one generally shouldn't mix binaries compiled
> with different pointer_to_member option and we have everiting built
> with /vmg which acording to the ms docs is the safest, since all the
> pointer-to-members have the same "sizeof". Can the problem be that
> some "trait" switches because of the sizeof(pointer_to_member)?
I seriously doubt it. This code is designed to be portable and
agnostic to how the compiler represents member pointers.
The errors we see are all of the form:
"error C2039: 'member_name' : is not a member of
But if you look at the definition of 'some_template<instantiation>',
the member is certainly there. This is compiler insanity, plain and
If indeed it used to compile, all I can suggest is that you do what I
did this morning: a binary search through time for the CVS change
which caused /vmg to start failing. Tedious but effective.
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