Am 24.11.2013 15:36, schrieb James Holsenback:
> On 11/24/2013 08:02 AM, clipka wrote:
>> There is another bug in beta.2 that breaks SSLT; again, both beta.2 and
>> the current master branch are fine.
> Hmmm ... just pulled and I'm getting:
> In file included from /usr/include/boost/thread.hpp:24:0,
> from ./backend/povray.h:53,
> from ./backend/control/renderbackend.h:40,
> from ./backend/control/messagefactory.h:39,
> from backend/frame.h:65,
> from lightgrp.cpp:35:
> /usr/include/boost/thread/future.hpp:286:12: error: stray â\267â in program
> /usr/include/boost/thread/future.hpp:286:12: error: stray â\23â in program
> /usr/include/boost/thread/future.hpp: In static member function âstatic
> /usr/include/boost/thread/future.hpp:286:19: error: âorageâ was not
> declared in this scope
According to the message, the file "future.hpp" - part of the boost
library's dev package that apparently comes with your Linux distro -
contains two non-ASCII characters among the program code. \267 (aka
0xB7, or decimal 183) and \23 (aka 0x13, or decimal 19), are a centered
dot ("MIDDLE DOT") and a non-printable character ("DEVICE CONTROL THREE"
aka DC3), respectively.
The code you just pulled probably doesn't have anything to do with it;
something must have garbled your libboost-dev package.
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