cppunit requires C++11 capable compiler now
michaelld at macports.org
Thu May 4 13:23:05 UTC 2017
Agreed, Dave! I fixed the header in MacPorts yesterday (
) as well as submitted a bug report upstream (
https://sourceforge.net/p/log4cpp/support-requests/42/ ). I'm not 100%
confident that my fix is the correct way to go, but it works with the
flow of the code and removes the hopefully-unintended library link
inheritance issue from the header (and, it works without rebuilding
dependent projects, so that's a plus too). Let's hope they recognize the
error of their ways & fix it property. Cheers! - MLD
On Tue, May 2, 2017, at 06:46 PM, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> On Tue, 2 May 2017, Michael Dickens wrote:
> > The new CppUnit has an interesting issue: #include'ing the header,
> > whether directly or indirectly, results in requiring linking to the
> > library, because there is a new static variable in the primary namespace
> > in the header.
> > I think this is poor programming because, as an example, I might
> > #include a header that in turn #include's the log4cpp header, but might
> > project doesn't use or require log4cpp & this indirect inclusion forces
> > it to do so.
> That is *terrible* programming practice, and says a lot about the
> competence (or rather, the lack) of the programmer(s) involved.
> Header files are just that: headers; I don't care what their excuse is.
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