[sldev] Help compiling the Viewer (could not deduce
Stefano Crosta (scrosta)
scrosta at cisco.com
Thu Oct 11 07:46:21 PDT 2007
No problem. In this case the difference is subtle.
If there's enough people using Vista and having issues building under
Vista it might make sense to actually just create the
https://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Compiling_Issues_with_Vista and have
specific sub-pages for MSVS9,8,7,6 etc. (and keep the actual one where
Any interest in that? Otherwise I'll just move the page to
Please let me know. Unicast will do if you don't want to have this
conversation on SLDEV.
Concerning the issue, I'm really clueless, all I could understand is the
page on the wiki; the compiler gets lost in a template resolution for
the operator == comparing the two iterator types which are a
deque<LLMessageThrottle> inside the search_n template-based function.
I am now try re-compiling with the more supported VC8.
> Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2007 08:46:48 +0900
> From: alissa_sabre at yahoo.co.jp (Alissa Sabre)
> Subject: RE: [sldev] Help compiling the Viewer (could not deduce
> template argument ... from 'LLMessageThrottleEntry')
> To: sldev at lists.secondlife.com
> Message-ID: <1ds7G34kwids4dsodsafo.alissa_sabre at yahoo.co.jp>
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> > I set up a page:
> Sorry for disturbing you, but can you avoid using a slash (/) in the
> wiki page title? I believe you put a slash between "Vista" and
> "MSVS2008" to mean something like "a combination of the two."
> In MediaWki, a slash in a page title has a special function. It makes
> a page grouping called "subpages". It just works as a directory in a
> filesystem. What you actually did is creating an empty page of title
> "Compiling Issues with Vista" and putting a subpage of title
> "MSVS2008" in it...
> # You don't need to type the same content again; you can just "move"
> the page. It is the preferred way, since "move" preserves the edit
> history of the page (like "svn rename".)
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