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- Subject: Re: help for compiling "not-tolua"
- From: Nikos K Gorogiannis <N.K.Gorogiannis@...>
- Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2001 10:29:28 +0100
> I find 3 compiler switches about templates, and tried them but.. :-((
> > Another way to deal with this is to explicitly instantiate the member
> > templates. Try adding this line just before "main" (global scope).
> > template int LUA_CLASS(A)::procedure_callback_0<&A::proc>)(lua_State *);
> > and see if the errors on line 31 go away.
> No, this line confuses it(compiler) more:
> [C++ Warning] m.cpp(26): W8054 Style of function definition is now obsolete.
> [C++ Error] m.cpp(26): E2293 ) expected. --hd-->showing column &A::...
> [C++ Warning] m.cpp(34): W8084 Suggest parentheses to clarify precedence.
> [C++ Error] m.cpp(34): E2188 Expression syntax.
> [C++ Error] m.cpp(35): E2188 Expression syntax.
> [C++ Error] m.cpp(38): E2188 Expression syntax.
> Maybe Borland's compilers are not ready for these type of programs?!
I wish I knew what's going on with the conformance of compilers to the
standard... For example, I've tried VC++ at work, and I got a gpf when I
tried to compile that little file, at the exact same line the borland
compiler starts complaining :)))
> I already installed gcc-2.95.2. If you could post your makefile I will be
Well, since it's only just header files, there's no makefile. Try this
(under unix, I don't know about gcc under win32):
g++ -Wall -o m m.cpp -llua -llualib
(assuming you've installed the lua libs)