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Subject: errors installing Boost::Graph on a Mac
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 00:49:26 -0400 (EDT)
To: bug-Boost-Graph [...]
From: Lisa Friedland <lfriedl [...]>
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My installation seems to be working fine now (and I'm looking forward to using it for its connectedComponents() function), but I had some difficulties getting it there. I'm running Mac OS X 10.4. 1) We don't have sys/vfs.h, required in Directed/Directed.c and Undirected/Undirected.c, so this caused compile errors. Following instructions found on the web somewhere, I replaced these with sys/mount.h. 2) Error which was reported last month in the forum: ../include/BoostGraph_undirected_i.h: In member function `virtual std::vector<int, std::allocator<i +nt> > BoostGraph_undirected_i<G>::connectedComponents()': ../include/BoostGraph_undirected_i.h:59: error: `_changed' was not declared in this scope Fixed (through sheer luck trying this randomly) by changing the offending line 59 to refer to the field explicitly: if (this->_changed!=0) this->_fillGraph(); Maybe different g++ versions do strange things? I have gcc version 4.0.1. 3) When I went to run the tests, they failed because I didn't have Class::AutoClass on my system (which I then installed from CPAN), then because I didn't have Bio::ISB::POS::Interactable (which cannot be obtained from CPAN). These dependencies are something to think about. (I.e. maybe the Bio one could be gotten rid of, and the AutoClass one automatically installed before this package.) I hope these can be changed in the next version! -Lisa

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