[aspectc-user] g++ header error: fixed in recent binaries?
os at aspectc.org
Thu Mar 24 20:08:51 CET 2011
This is a known problem. When I tried it the last time, ag++ worked with
Cygwin g++ but not with mingw. I don't know if the problem with mingw
still exists, but it is rather likely. Anyway, I will send you the
latest windows binary in a separate mail. Then we'll know.
Am 24.03.2011 02:34, schrieb Brandon Sanderson:
> Hi all,
> After googling quite a bit, I've been unable to find any recent
> binaries. The ones that I have found are from 2006 (1.0pre3) and
> don't work if I include any header files. From what I can gather from
> the error messages, ac++ is bailing on g++'s __attribute__ tags and
> also doesn't seem to like numerous other things in the standard
> headers (most saying error: 'XXX' is not a member of '::'. In short,
> I get a massive string of error messages, some saying that there is an
> invalid declaration near token '__attribute__', with most others being
> the not a member errors. I'm on Windows 7, with MinGW g++, using ag++
> (though I've tried just ac++ to make sure).
> I'm wondering whether this was a known bug, and has been fixed, and if
> it has, where I could get more recent binaries. The errors from ac++
> occur even when I compile the examples (for the Cache example, using
> the command 'ag++ -o cache main.cc ResultCache.cc -a Cache.ah') so I
> don't think its something I'm doing with my code, and g++ (compiling
> without the aspects) doesn't give me any errors. When I first came
> across AspectC++, I was quite excited, because AspectJ (AOP for Java)
> has improved a lot of my Java code, and I was hoping to carry the same
> over to C++. First, though, I need to get this working...
> Thanks in advance,
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