> I have installed opencxx using apt-get,
> #apt-get install opencxx
> Architecture: i386
> Version: 2.8-9
> I have also download the tar openc++ to try the examples.
> and when I try the examples...
> ~/Desktop/opencxx-2.8/examples/verbose$ occ -m VerboseClass.mc
> EXECUTING: g++ g++ -D__opencxx -E -o VerboseClass.occ -x c++ VerboseClass.mc
> /usr/include/c++/4.2/bits/cpp_type_traits.h:118: parse error before `>'
> occ: too many errors
> fatal error
> g++: 4.2
> I have searched in Internet and there are a person with the same problem
> Is this problem fixed? If so, how can I use openc++?
OpenC++ has a number of problems with modern C++. I'm using an evolved
version of the OpenC++ C++ parser in another project (Synopsis:
http://synopsis.fresco.org) where I believe I have addressed a number of
I don't think anybody works on OpenC++ these days, and would be
interested into such fixes getting backported.
...ich hab' noch einen Koffer in Berlin...