This issue occurs because your Boost library is to new, and the fallback
case has been selected (as in
Maybe this is more an issue of autoconf? My build on Arch Linux stopped
working because of needed changes due to a
On 2021/06/18 07:08:17, Yury Tarasievich wrote
I've managed to actually finish the build with
(plus some info in two comments)
This is of course a kludge cubed, but at the
moment it seems to serve. I didn't
Pilot-Pirx merged pull request #15:
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ardovm opened a new pull request #133:
The flag is set by default by the graphite configure script, but it lets the
compilation fail with gcc 7.5
The compilation of the graphite module is consistently failing on openSUSE
leginee commented on pull request #133:
The meaing of the Flag is
-Werror: every warning is treated as an error.
Since Grafite is a dependency it is fine to build without. However Imho we
should strife for
Nice work! However there is more then One change I am unsure about.
# you removed the __cplusplus string check. I think that is a bit hacky.
It would have benn better to check the content and add it with or
# switching to C11 -> we should do this and start refactoring the code
You are right on both issues, of course.
To be fair, on your (1), I didn't touch that
variable check, I just brute-forced the C++11
mode of compilation.
Which leads to your (2), but thing is, modern
boost sort of requires C++11. Might be other
external modules do, too.