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Make sure std::string constructor is available #33

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muggenhor commented Dec 16, 2015

Make sure std::string constructor is available because <stdexcept> only needs to have a forward declaration of std::string. But that's not enough to invoke constructors of std::exception (and derivatives) if we don't have a reference to an std::string handy.

This is necessary with STLport which only includes a forward declaration of std::string in <stdexcept>.

Make sure std::string constructor is available
.. because <stdexcept> only needs to have a forward declaration of
std::string. But that's not enough to invoke constructors of
std::exception (and derivatives) if we don't have a reference to an
std::string handy.

@igaztanaga igaztanaga merged commit f60f0bd into boostorg:develop Dec 23, 2015

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Many thanks for the patch and the detailed report.

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igaztanaga commented Dec 23, 2015

Many thanks for the patch and the detailed report.

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