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From "Eric Lemings" <>
Subject RE: [gcc/Mac] build failure: 26.valarray.cassign
Date Thu, 13 Mar 2008 23:24:10 GMT
FYI.  I'm also seeing this build failure on HP-UX as well:
"/work/stdcxx/branches/4.2.x.twister/include/functional", line 90: error
#2349: no operator "*" matches these operands
            operand types are: const UserClass * const UserClass
          return __x * __y;
          detected during:
            instantiation of "std::binary_function<_TypeT, _TypeT,
_TypeT>::result_type std::multiplies<_TypeT>::operator()(const
std::binary_function<_TypeT, _TypeT, _TypeT>::first_argument_type &,
const std::binary_function<_TypeT, _Ty
peT, _TypeT>::second_argument_type &) const [with _TypeT=UserClass]" at
line 360 of "/work/stdcxx/branches/4.2.x.twister/include/algorithm"
            instantiation of "_OutputIter std::transform(_InputIter1,
_InputIter1, _InputIter2, _OutputIter, _BinaryOperation) [with
_InputIter1=UserClass *, _InputIter2=const UserClass *,
_OutputIter=UserClass *, _BinaryOperation=std::m
ultiplies<UserClass>]" at line 373 of
            instantiation of "std::valarray<_TypeT>
&std::valarray<_TypeT>::operator*=(const std::valarray<_TypeT> &) [with
_TypeT=UserClass]" at line 354 of
            instantiation of "void test_mul_assign(const T *, const char
*, const char *) [with T=UserClass]" at line 758 of
            instantiation of "void test_op_assign(const T *, const char
*) [with T=UserClass]" at line 818 of


	From: Eric Lemings 
	Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 12:23 PM
	To: ''
	Subject: [gcc/Mac] build failure: 26.valarray.cassign
	Encountered a build failure compiling the
26.valarray.cassign.cpp file.  See attached output.
	This look familliar to anyone?  If not, I'll create a new Jira
issue for it.

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