around this issue There was a lot of debate over the possibility, and at least one suggested version of what eventually came out as auto_ptr was for a reference counted COW pointer. Unfortunately, the time for COW has mostly passed. Making a COW pointer (or COW-whatever) thread-safe can introduce serious performance problems.
around this issue I solved the problem. I had built 32-bit libraries when I had intended to build 64-bit libraries. I fixed up my build statement, and built 64-bit libraries, and now it works. Here is my bjam command line:
wish help you to fix your issue I have some C++ code, and for some reason, for a couple of classes, they show up as boost::boost::boost::boost::boost::classname in the Visual Studio browser. , I installed boost 1.40 instead of 1.39, and the problem went away.
Problem with boost::find_format_all, boost::regex_finder and custom regex formatter (bug boost 1.42)
By : artur bradman
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . The struct find_regexF seems to be the culprit. As you can see, it returns an empty result with a uninitialized match_results(). Looking through SO found me the following solution:
template< typename T >
std::string operator()( const T & s ) const
for (typename T::const_iterator i = Match.begin();
i != Match.end();
// perform substitutions via *i