no matching function for call to``vector<C1,allocator<C1>>::at (int &) const'
Thu Jan 23 18:12:00 GMT 2003
We were doing a blunder... Compiling with a older version of g++ without
even knowing about it. "-M" option helped us know about the problem.
From: John Love-Jensen [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 6:52 PM
To: Ajay Bansal; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: no matching function for call
to``vector<C1,allocator<C1>>::at (int &) const'
You can check out which header files are introduced into your source
g++ -M foo.cpp > foo.d
...and take a critical look at foo.d. It will tell you which header
files, in particular compiler header files, are being pulled in.
Are those header files the ones from the old 2.10 or 2.90 Standard
Library, or are they the ones from the 3.x Standard Library? (The
Standard Library has it's own version, independent of the GCC release.)
If you are unsure, you might want to open the vector header file (i.e.,
stl_vector.h has the implementation) and confirm that it has an at()
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