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rapidxml.hpp syntax error #10

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posmicanomaly opened this Issue Jul 9, 2017 · 1 comment

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posmicanomaly commented Jul 9, 2017

Visual Studio 2017 using toolset v141 for project, generated with cmake.

#8 referenced cereal not included, I copied the folder to my 3rd_party collection for VS, then encountered this error. Unsure how to proceed.

1>C:\dev\Cpp\3rd_party\header\cereal/external/rapidxml/rapidxml.hpp(398): error C2059: syntax error: ''
1>C:\dev\Cpp\3rd_party\header\cereal/external/rapidxml/rapidxml.hpp(652): note: see reference to class template instantiation 'cereal::rapidxml::memory_pool' being compiled
1>C:\dev\Cpp\3rd_party\header\cereal/external/rapidxml/rapidxml.hpp(398): error C2238: unexpected token(s) preceding ';'

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I'll give this a look as soon as I get VS2017 updated on my laptop (I normally use MSYS2; I primarily develop on Mac/Linux, so my typical workflow is to get it working on there and then compile on Windows in a UNIX-like environment). I've had it compile on VS before, so I know it can be done - I just don't remember what the magical incantation was.

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thebracket commented Jul 10, 2017

I'll give this a look as soon as I get VS2017 updated on my laptop (I normally use MSYS2; I primarily develop on Mac/Linux, so my typical workflow is to get it working on there and then compile on Windows in a UNIX-like environment). I've had it compile on VS before, so I know it can be done - I just don't remember what the magical incantation was.

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