I'd suspect you're using an old boost then, or not putting boost/tr1/tr1 first in the include path...
see http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_38_0/doc/html/boost_tr1/usage.html

I don't remember when boost.tr1 appeared but my guess would be around 1.35..

On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 11:44 PM, Razzloss <razzloss@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi all,

One of the changes I made to get 0.705 to compile (and had forgotten about
until this conversation) was in stdinc.h. #include <memory> had to be moved
to #elif defined(__GLIBCPP__)... block and changed to <tr1/memory>. After
that std::tr1::shared_ptr should be found.

No idea what this does to the windows compile, so I didn't send changes to the
upstream.

--RZ

On Monday 02 March 2009 20:41:56 Steven Sheehy wrote:
> Jacek,
>
> With std::tr1 namespace, it did not compile on g++ 4.3.2 and libstdc++
> 4.3.2. It was unable to find shared_ptr in tr1, so I switched it to boost.
> I guess on my system it doesn't use the boost one as a fallback like you
> mention.
>
> -Steven
>
> Jacek Sieka wrote:
> > Hey Steven,
> > I noticed you changed from tr1 to boost shared_ptr, what's wrong with the
> > one from tr1 (which is drawn from boost if it's missing from the
> > compiler)?
> >
> > /J
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