I am using boost 1.33.1-42@586 on Suse 10.2 (If it matters, my computer is a Latitude D510)
I am using Gnu compiler 4.1.3-29@586
I am writing a new module for a program that has existed for over 10 years, so I have little control over the compiler, compile flags, and the make file that I use. I selected the boost unit test framework for testing. I have set up a testing source code tree that is parallel to the source code for our application.
The make file echos out the following line:
g++ -Wno-deprecated -frepo -m32 -g -I../lib -I/usr/X11R6/include -I../../../source/ecs/shared -DOS_IS_LINUX -c FuserTests.cc
My problem is that I can't get started. Even if FuserTests.cc is nothing but a cut and paste copy of an entire example at either http://www.patmedia.net/~rogeeff/html/utf/compilation.html or the boost site, as corrected in another thread, I can not compile. My error message is:
FuserTests.cc:16: error: expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before ‘(’ token
The line number is the line number at which BOOST_AUTO_TEST_CASE( functionName ) appears.
What do I need to do to get even an example to compile?
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