Stefan, thanks for trying out C++ Builder. Too bad its template
support is so poor.
Once it gets up to speed with the standard, I'll make an effort
to support it.
> I just tried to run the "critical" four test cases for Blitz++ support
> Borland C++ Builder 3.0 (a Win32 compiler)
> and it appears that it does not like even one of them.
> I suppose that this statement
> "C++ Builder 3.0 is compliant with the ANSI standard.
> It does not support nested templates."
> is a killer for a few of these tests.
> While you are at it, you can also add "Borland C++ Builder 1.0" to the
> list of unsupported compilers; it is much the same as Borland C++ 5.0.
> I have not yet reached a level in C++ that could be called advanced,
> so my comments may be not accurate; but I think the above statement is
> just enough of a killer and does not need qualification.
> Some sort of direct support for C++ Builder would have been very nice,
> because it is a beautiful tool for rapid application development;
> apparently now the only choice is to use EGCS, compile a Win32 DLL and
> use that one.
> Pretty disappointing :-(.
> Thanks for the effort!
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