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Re: [Gnash-dev] Re: shared pointers

From: Markus Gothe
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Re: shared pointers
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2006 16:39:01 +0200
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Well, there is boost-libs to, which are compiled by default in dists
like gentoo (and distributed in other I guess). Takes a really long time
to compile them.

I'll look at your m4-macro and the one at

Yeah, running gcc with -ansi or -std=c99 (combinded with -pedantic for
masochists ;)) is nice... Yeah, the gcc4 is a great catch up but still
lacks features like Inline Procedual Optimization (IPO, sometimes called

FWIW: My commits are now sent to the commit-list...


Rob Savoye wrote:
> Markus Gothe wrote:
>> Exactly my thoughts! I think configure should #define HAVE_BOOST_LIB or
>> something like that... I'll see if there is m4-macros for this already
>> or write some kind of routine.
>   I just wrote a configure macro for boost. My simple question is do you
> prefer BOOST_CFLAGS value to match. Since I gather Boost is a collection
> of related headers, I can keep adding code to look for the modules we
> need. My current test just find the right directory to set the include
> path.
>>>> For the boost part I discovered that the needed functions in boost can
>>>> easily be extracted by using CC -E. The whole smart prt code (including
>>>> shared pointers) is only ~26kb totally, so I don't see a reason not to
>   Since Boost is just header files, why would we even need to extract
> anything ? I'll admit I know little about Boost other than it's highly
> recommended.
>     - rob -
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