On 14/06/2013 09:02 p.m., Eric Niebler wrote:
I've made no effort so far to port Proto v5 to any compiler other than clang.
I'm sure it would be a big job. I welcome any contributions. Otherwise, it'll
get ported eventually, but probably not before I get the API settled.
That was my polite way of asking if the repository is in a compilable
state. GCC 4.8.1 claims to be C++11 feature complete, so whatever it
fails has to be a bug (on either GCC or Proto).
I already sent a pull request that fixes a couple of duplicated
constexpr (probably a bug on Proto). Also found out that GCC allows the
use of `this` within `decltype` but not within `noexcept` (probably a
bug on GCC). I will try to figure out what is wrong with the remaining
From: Agustín K-ballo Bergé <kaball...@hotmail.com>
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Subject: [proto] Proto v5
I watched the C++Now session about Proto v5, and now I want to play with
it. I do not have the luxury of a Clang build from trunk, but I do have
GCC 4.8.1 which should do pretty well.
I cloned the repository at https://github.com/ericniebler/proto-0x/.
After jumping a few hoops, I am now left with tons of instances of the
- error: no type named 'proto_grammar_type' in ...
using type = typename Ret::proto_grammar_type(Args...);
- error: no type named 'proto_action_type' in ...
using type = typename Ret::proto_action_type(Args...);
For at least some cases, those are clear errors since the Ret type
represents an empty structs (e.g. `not_`).
What is going on? What should I be doing to get Proto v5 to compile?
Agustín K-ballo Bergé.-
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