>: I'm compiling the Rogue Wave Standard C++ Library 1.2 straight
>: out of the box using SPARCompiler 4.1 on Solaris 2.5. I get a fair
>: amount of compiler errors.
>RW's Standard C++ Library is *NOT* supported under Solaris using
>SPARCompiler 4.1. Nor do I think the soon to been released SparcCompiler
>4.2 will work with it. RW's Standard C++ Library requires a more ANSI C++
>type compiler, support for additions to template,. etc., and SunSoft is
>making little attempt to come out with an ANSI C++ compiler.
>: Rogue Wave tech support hasn't gotten back to me yet so I'm
>: wondering if anyone else has compiled it succesfully without
>: extensive source modifications?
>No. If it was that easy, RW would do it themselves. The sales people
>will tell you that the Standard C++ library is not available for Solaris.
>It's also not available for HP-UX, but HP is coming out with an ANSI
>C++ compiler and bundling RW's Standard C++ library.
>Now why can't SunSoft do this?
>: Specifically, some typedefs (like argument_type in class unary_compose)
>: seem to baffle the compiler as if it couldn't handle the scope
We were not aware of the situation being so dire as per above.
You may want to consider Comeau C++ 4.0 Pre-release.
It is very up to date and is being offered for $50.
It's main limitation is a lack of standard library, however
this is exactly what RW is offering.
You may want to check out our web page for what we have available.
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