Using the boost library class dir_it with Sun Workshoip 5.0

Using the boost library class dir_it with Sun Workshoip 5.0

Post by Doug Farrel » Wed, 07 Mar 2001 03:08:44


I downloaded the dir_it set of functions from the boost library (do a google
search on dir_it or boost and you'll hit it), this class creates an iterator
that returns filenames and status information from directories and recurses
down sub-directories. My problem is this, the make and configure files are
written for gcc++ and I'm trying to use it on a Sun system Solaris 2.5.1 and
their Workshop Pro 5.0 C++ compiler. The configure script runs, but can't
seem to do anything with the Sun Workshop compiler. I'm fairly new to
Unix/Linux and I'm wondering if anyone can help me edit the configure script
(or whatever) to make it compile under my environment?

Thanks in advance,


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Doug Farrell

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