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Oct 26, 2010

I have been spending several days getting wxwidgets to work in code::blocks ide on several different platforms. Now I am down to one instance that I can't figure out. I have wxwidgets working in Fedora 13 x64, but cannot get it to work in a Fedora 13 x32 version. Actually, wxwidgets seem to be installed OK, but I run into compiler errors when I try to compile the default wxhello project. I get quite a few messages, in different header files, of this type:

/usr/include/assert.h:39:42: error: missing binary operator before token "("#if defined __cplusplus && __GNUC_PREREQ (2,95) From my friend Google this would seem to be caused by an older version of boost (before 1.37) - see http://bugs.xmms2.xmms.se/view.php?id=2215 ("It is an issue with old versions of boost and gcc4.4 http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=36453 It is fixed in boost 1.37")

I did a yum info command on both systems for every relevant package I could think of, including gcc(v4.4.4), gcc-c++(4.4.4), libgcc(4.4.4), libstdc++(4.4.4), boost(1.41.0), wxGTK(2.8.11), wxBase(2.8.11). Both systems are fully updated and have the same versions, with the only difference being 32 vs 64 bit. The same headers compile with no errors on the x64 system, but not x32. I have been able to find no other reason for this error than older versions of the preprocessor, yet that is apparently not the case here).

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mask = 0x80;
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However I am programming in TCL, and I try to do:


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this fails. At the moment the expr is executed, $binval is evaluated and substituted so the expression I am evaluating is


set mask 0x80
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Eventually I got it working by converting the $binval into a '0x42' string value, like this:


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