Thursday, April 15, 2010

Questions

If you have questions on Boost.Extension, feel free to contact me:

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17 comments:

iakov-minochkin said...

Good day!

When your library will be ready for boost project?

Jeremy said...

You mean ready to submit to Boost? As soon as I get about 100 hours of free time.

I'd like to add an example using LLVM to compile object interfaces on the fly (and then use Reflection to access them), and I need to do some major cleanup of the Reflection code.

The Extension code is basically complete. It's all a matter of me actually finding the time to complete it.

I also need more documentation for the Reflection functionality.

andigor said...

Good day!

One small question. Do I need some linker options like -ldl to compile extensions with g++ 4.6 ?

andigor said...

Good day!

One small question. Do I need some linker options like -ldl to compile extensions with g++ 4.6 ?

Jeremy said...

I believe that you should. Try using bjam in verbose mode on the test files - it should show you which options are passed to g++.

krawall said...

Hey,

I wonder if there is a documentation on how to use your libraries with gnu make. Would be very useful.

so long ...

krawall said...

Ah ... sorry. I meant cmake. Is there information on getting this up working using cmake?

Jeremy said...

Nope, no CMake documentation. Run bjam in verbose mode, and make sure the same basic arguments get sent to the linker and compiler by CMake, and you should be fine.

Unknown said...

Where i can get last source code of boost::extension

Jeremy said...

The Boost sandbox, in the libs/extension and boost/extension directories.

SD said...

Hi,

Clicked on contact link, but the link is broken.

None the less, I am looking at extension library and like it very much. Really useful library.

However, I am unable to get any of the examples using factory_map and load_single_library working. load_single_library succeeds but the list size is always zero. So far I've tried hello_world and lots_of_parameters example.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you.

SD said...

Hi,

Clicked on contact link, but the link is broken.

None the less, I am looking at extension library and like it very much. Really useful library.

However, I am unable to get any of the examples using factory_map and load_single_library working. load_single_library succeeds but the list size is always zero. So far I've tried hello_world and lots_of_parameters example.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you.

SD said...

Hi,

Clicked on contact link, but the link is broken.

None the less, I am looking at extension library and like it very much. Really useful library.

However, I am unable to get any of the examples using factory_map and load_single_library working. load_single_library succeeds but the list size is always zero. So far I've tried hello_world and lots_of_parameters example.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you.

SD said...

Hi,

Clicked on contact link, but the link is broken.

None the less, I am looking at extension library and like it very much. Really useful library.

However, I am unable to get any of the examples using factory_map and load_single_library working. load_single_library succeeds but the list size is always zero. So far I've tried hello_world and lots_of_parameters example.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you.

Lloyd said...

I am using Ubuntu 12.4 LTS and gcc 4.6.3. When I compile the application I get an error 'error: missing binary operator before token "(" '.

Lloyd said...

I am using Ubuntu 12.4 LTS and gcc 4.6.3. When I compile the application I get an error 'error: missing binary operator before token "(" '.

Jeremy Pack said...

Yes, you need to set linker options appropriately to use the library. This is compiler-specific. The code was all written in 2007 or 2008, so I'm not sure what the correct options would be for G++4.6.