c++.stl.port - STLport 4.6.2 and DMC status
I've been working on getting STLport 4.6.2 up and running, in between conference travel and other various life experiences. It's pretty close to being ready for general use; I've been hammering out some of the test cases in the test\regression directory. So far, I can report that the various non-debug and -DDEBUG flavors of the STLport library/code work. There is a problem with the -D_STLP_DEBUG (STLport debug) flavor, but it's pretty apparent that few, if any, people actually use the -D_STLP_DEBUG version of the library. If they do, they clearly don't use maps, sets or anything that relies on the red/black tree structures. Also, it's pretty apparent that few people use the DLL version of STLport. I'm off on travel to a conference at MIT Lincoln Labs until next Friday. After that, I put up a web page with an initial patch set for users to test. Be forewarned: STLport is VERY SENSITIVE to having the right compiler flags set on the command line. For example, if you want to use the DLL, you MUST add "-D_STLP_USE_DYNAMIC_LIB" to your compiler flags or you will get an access violation. I will document the required compiler flags. I will not be sympathetic to "my program crashses" complaints when the flags aren't properly set. -scooter
Sep 25 2004
Anuj Goyal <Anuj_member pathlink.com> writes:
Thanks for working on this scooter, I am sure the community will LOVE you for it. You might want to send the changes to STLport so that they can incorporate it into the STLPort 5.0 Beta...
Sep 26 2004
Anuj Goyal wrote:Thanks for working on this scooter, I am sure the community will LOVE you for it. You might want to send the changes to STLport so that they can incorporate it into the STLPort 5.0 Beta...
I am planning on sending up the patch file to STLport, but I'm pessimistic about those patches actually going into the source distribution. -scooter
Oct 01 2004
STLport 4.6.2 is now available at http://mordred.cs.ucla.edu/STLport_DMC/ If you have a lot of time on your hands and a fast machine, you can build the regression tests in test\regression: smake /f dm.mak clean smake /f dm.mak smake /f dm_indiv.mak clean smake /f dm_inidiv.mak The regression tests also serve as good code examples. I've built all of the tests, unconvered two compiler issues, but overall, the tests WORK for the -DDEBUG and release versions of the STLport libraries. Use -D_STLP_DEBUG ("STLport debug") at your own risk. -scooter
Oct 04 2004
"Walter" <newshound digitalmars.com> writes:
Thanks for doing all this great work!
Oct 04 2004
ZIP file has been updated so that the root is "STLport" instead of "/scottm/play/...". Sorry for the inconvenience and confusion. -scooter
Oct 05 2004