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algatt 07-19-2007 01:08 PM

Expected constructor, destructor or type conversion before...
 
Hello, I am trying to compile the TPIE files but there is a file
that's constantly giving errors about the templates. I am using gcc
3.4.5 on Eclipse using Windows XP. The following is the code of the
file that I am trying to compile:

Code:

1.
// Copyright (c) 1994 Darren Erik Vengroff
2.
//
3.
// File: ami_scan_mac.h
4.
// Author: Darren Erik Vengroff <dev@cs.duke.edu>
5.
// Created: 5/24/94
6.
//
7.
// $Id: ami_scan_mac.h,v 1.10 2003/04/25 00:06:56 tavi Exp $
8.
//
9.
#ifndef _AMI_SCAN_MAC_H
10.
#define _AMI_SCAN_MAC_H
11.

12.
// Macros for defining parameters to AMI_scan()
13.
#define __SPARM_BASE(T,io,n) AMI_STREAM< T ## n > *io ## n
14.
#define __SPARM_1(T,io) __SPARM_BASE(T,io,1)
15.
#define __SPARM_2(T,io) __SPARM_1(T,io), __SPARM_BASE(T,io,2)
16.
#define __SPARM_3(T,io) __SPARM_2(T,io), __SPARM_BASE(T,io,3)
17.
#define __SPARM_4(T,io) __SPARM_3(T,io), __SPARM_BASE(T,io,4)
18.

19.
// Macros for defining types in a template for AMI_scan()
20.
#define __STEMP_BASE(T,n) class T ## n
21.
#define __STEMP_1(T) __STEMP_BASE(T,1)
22.
#define __STEMP_2(T) __STEMP_1(T), __STEMP_BASE(T,2)
23.
#define __STEMP_3(T) __STEMP_2(T), __STEMP_BASE(T,3)
24.
#define __STEMP_4(T) __STEMP_3(T), __STEMP_BASE(T,4)
25.

26.
// Temporary space used within AMI_scan
27.
#define __STS_BASE(T,t,n) T ## n t ## n
28.
#define __STSPACE_1(T,t) __STS_BASE(T,t,1)
29.
#define __STSPACE_2(T,t) __STSPACE_1(T,t) ; __STS_BASE(T,t,2)
30.
#define __STSPACE_3(T,t) __STSPACE_2(T,t) ; __STS_BASE(T,t,3)
31.
#define __STSPACE_4(T,t) __STSPACE_3(T,t) ; __STS_BASE(T,t,4)
32.

33.
// An array of flags.
34.
#define __FSPACE(f,n) AMI_SCAN_FLAG f[n]
35.

36.

37.
// Check stream validity.
38.
#define __CHK_BASE(T,n)
{ \
39.
if (T ## n == NULL || T ## n -> status() !=
AMI_STREAM_STATUS_VALID) {\
40.
return
AMI_ERROR_GENERIC_ERROR; \
41.
}
\
42.
}
43.

44.
#define __CHKSTR_1(T) __CHK_BASE(T,1)
45.
#define __CHKSTR_2(T) __CHKSTR_1(T) __CHK_BASE(T,2)
46.
#define __CHKSTR_3(T) __CHKSTR_2(T) __CHK_BASE(T,3)
47.
#define __CHKSTR_4(T) __CHKSTR_3(T) __CHK_BASE(T,4)
48.

49.

50.
// Rewind the input streams prior to performing the scan.
51.
#define __REW_BASE(T,n) { \
52.
if ((_ami_err_ = T ## n -> seek(0)) != AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR)
{ \
53.
return _ami_err_; \
54.
} \
55.
}
56.

57.
#define __REWIND_1(T) __REW_BASE(T,1)
58.
#define __REWIND_2(T) __REWIND_1(T) __REW_BASE(T,2)
59.
#define __REWIND_3(T) __REWIND_2(T) __REW_BASE(T,3)
60.
#define __REWIND_4(T) __REWIND_3(T) __REW_BASE(T,4)
61.

62.

63.
// Set the input flags to true before entering the do loop so
that the
64.
// initial values will be read.
65.
#define __SET_IF_BASE(f,n) f[n-1] = 1
66.

67.
#define __SET_IF_1(f) __SET_IF_BASE(f,1)
68.
#define __SET_IF_2(f) __SET_IF_1(f); __SET_IF_BASE(f,2)
69.
#define __SET_IF_3(f) __SET_IF_2(f); __SET_IF_BASE(f,3)
70.
#define __SET_IF_4(f) __SET_IF_3(f); __SET_IF_BASE(f,4)
71.

72.
// If the flag is set, then read inputs into temporary space.
Set the
73.
// flag based on whether the read was succesful or not. If it
was
74.
// unsuccessful for any reason other than EOS, then break out of
the
75.
// scan loop. If the flag is not currently set, then either the
scan
76.
// management object did not take the last input or the last
time we
77.
// tried to read from this file we failed. If we read
successfully
78.
// last time, then reset the flag.
79.
#define __STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,n) \
80.
if (f[n-1]) { \
81.
if (!(f[n-1] = g[n-1] = \
82.
((e = ts ## n->read_item(&t ## n)) ==
AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR))) { \
83.
if (e != AMI_ERROR_END_OF_STREAM) { \
84.
break; \
85.
} \
86.
} \
87.
} else { \
88.
f[n-1] = g[n-1]; \
89.
}
90.

91.
#define __STS_READ_1(t,ts,f,g,e) __STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,1)
92.
#define __STS_READ_2(t,ts,f,g,e)
__STS_READ_1(t,ts,f,g,e) \
93.
__STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,2)
94.
#define __STS_READ_3(t,ts,f,g,e)
__STS_READ_2(t,ts,f,g,e) \
95.
__STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,3)
96.
#define __STS_READ_4(t,ts,f,g,e)
__STS_READ_3(t,ts,f,g,e) \
97.
__STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,4)
98.

99.
// Write outputs. Only write if the flag is set. If there is
an
100.
// error during the write, then break out of the scan loop.
101.
#define __STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,n) \
102.
if (f[n-1] && (e = us ## n -> write_item(u ## n)) !=
AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR) { \
103.
break; \
104.
}
105.

106.
#define __STS_WRITE_1(u,us,f,e) __STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,1)
107.
#define __STS_WRITE_2(u,us,f,e) __STS_WRITE_1(u,us,f,e)
__STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,2)
108.
#define __STS_WRITE_3(u,us,f,e) __STS_WRITE_2(u,us,f,e)
__STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,3)
109.
#define __STS_WRITE_4(u,us,f,e) __STS_WRITE_3(u,us,f,e)
__STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,4)
110.

111.

112.
// Arguments to the operate() call
113.
#define __SCA_BASE(t,n) t ## n
114.
#define __SCALL_ARGS_1(t) __SCA_BASE(t,1)
115.
#define __SCALL_ARGS_2(t) __SCALL_ARGS_1(t), __SCA_BASE(t,2)
116.
#define __SCALL_ARGS_3(t) __SCALL_ARGS_2(t), __SCA_BASE(t,3)
117.
#define __SCALL_ARGS_4(t) __SCALL_ARGS_3(t), __SCA_BASE(t,4)
118.

119.
// Operate on the inputs to produce the outputs.
120.
#define __SCALL_BASE(t,nt,if,sop,u,nu,of) \
121.
sop->operate(__SCALL_ARGS_ ## nt (*t), if, __SCALL_ARGS_ ##
nu (&u), of)
122.

123.
#define __SCALL_OP_1_1(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,1,if,sop,u,
1,of)
124.
#define __SCALL_OP_1_2(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,1,if,sop,u,
2,of)
125.
#define __SCALL_OP_1_3(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,1,if,sop,u,
3,of)
126.
#define __SCALL_OP_1_4(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,1,if,sop,u,
4,of)
127.

128.
#define __SCALL_OP_2_1(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,2,if,sop,u,
1,of)
129.
#define __SCALL_OP_2_2(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,2,if,sop,u,
2,of)
130.
#define __SCALL_OP_2_3(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,2,if,sop,u,
3,of)
131.
#define __SCALL_OP_2_4(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,2,if,sop,u,
4,of)
132.

133.
#define __SCALL_OP_3_1(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,3,if,sop,u,
1,of)
134.
#define __SCALL_OP_3_2(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,3,if,sop,u,
2,of)
135.
#define __SCALL_OP_3_3(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,3,if,sop,u,
3,of)
136.
#define __SCALL_OP_3_4(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,3,if,sop,u,
4,of)
137.

138.
#define __SCALL_OP_4_1(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,4,if,sop,u,
1,of)
139.
#define __SCALL_OP_4_2(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,4,if,sop,u,
2,of)
140.
#define __SCALL_OP_4_3(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,4,if,sop,u,
3,of)
141.
#define __SCALL_OP_4_4(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,4,if,sop,u,
4,of)
142.

143.
// Handle the no input case.
144.
#define __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,nu,of) \
145.
sop->operate(__SCALL_ARGS_ ## nu (&u), of)
146.

147.
#define __SCALL_OP_O_1(sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,1,of)
148.
#define __SCALL_OP_O_2(sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,2,of)
149.
#define __SCALL_OP_O_3(sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,3,of)
150.
#define __SCALL_OP_O_4(sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,4,of)
151.

152.
// Handle the no output case.
153.
#define __SCALL_BASE_I(t,nt,if,sop) \
154.
sop->operate(__SCALL_ARGS_ ## nt (*t), if)
155.

156.
#define __SCALL_OP_I_1(t,if,sop) __SCALL_BASE_I(t,1,if,sop)
157.
#define __SCALL_OP_I_2(t,if,sop) __SCALL_BASE_I(t,2,if,sop)
158.
#define __SCALL_OP_I_3(t,if,sop) __SCALL_BASE_I(t,3,if,sop)
159.
#define __SCALL_OP_I_4(t,if,sop) __SCALL_BASE_I(t,4,if,sop)
160.

161.

162.
// The template for the whole AMI_scan(), with inputs and
outputs.
163.
#define __STEMPLATE(in_arity, out_arity) \
164.
template< __STEMP_ ## in_arity (T), class SC, __STEMP_ ##
out_arity (U) > \
165.
AMI_err AMI_scan( __SPARM_ ## in_arity (T,_ts_), \
166.
SC *soper, __SPARM_ ## out_arity
(U,_us_)) \
167.
{ \
168.
__STSPACE_ ## in_arity (T,*_t_); \
169.
__STSPACE_ ## out_arity (U,_u_); \
170.
\
171.
__FSPACE(_if_,in_arity); \
172.
__FSPACE(_lif_,in_arity); \
173.
__FSPACE(_of_,out_arity); \
174.
\
175.
AMI_err _op_err_, _ami_err_; \
176.
\
177.
__CHKSTR_ ## in_arity
(_ts_) \
178.
__CHKSTR_ ## out_arity
(_us_) \
179.
__REWIND_ ## in_arity (_ts_) \
180.
soper->initialize(); \
181.

\
182.
__SET_IF_ ## in_arity (_if_); \
183.

\
184.
do { \
185.
\
186.
__STS_READ_ ## in_arity
(_t_,_ts_,_if_,_lif_,_ami_err_) \
187.
\
188.
_op_err_ = __SCALL_OP_ ## in_arity ## _ ## \
189.
out_arity(_t_,_if_,soper,_u_,_of_); \
190.
\
191.
__STS_WRITE_ ##
out_arity(_u_,_us_,_of_,_ami_err_) \
192.
\
193.
} while (_op_err_ == AMI_SCAN_CONTINUE);
\
194.
\
195.
if ((_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR) &&
\
196.
(_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_END_OF_STREAM)) { \
197.
return _ami_err_; \
198.
} \
199.
\
200.
return AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR; \
201.
}
202.

203.
// The template for the whole AMI_scan(), with no inputs. This
is
204.
// based on __STEMPLATE_() and could be merged into one big
macro at
205.
// the expense of having to define multiple versions of
__STEMP_N()
206.
// and __SPARM_N() to handle the case N = 0.
207.
#define __STEMPLATE_O(out_arity) \
208.
template< class SC, __STEMP_ ## out_arity (U) > \
209.
AMI_err AMI_scan( SC *soper, __SPARM_ ## out_arity
(U,_us_)) \
210.
{ \
211.
__STSPACE_ ## out_arity (U,_u_); \
212.
\
213.
__FSPACE(_of_,out_arity); \
214.
\
215.
AMI_err _op_err_, _ami_err_; \
216.

\
217.
__CHKSTR_ ## out_arity
(_us_) \
218.
soper->initialize(); \
219.
\
220.
do { \
221.
\
222.
_op_err_ = __SCALL_OP_O_ ##
out_arity(soper,_u_,_of_); \
223.
\
224.
__STS_WRITE_ ##
out_arity(_u_,_us_,_of_,_ami_err_) \
225.
\
226.
} while (_op_err_ == AMI_SCAN_CONTINUE);
\
227.
\
228.
if ((_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR) &&
\
229.
(_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_END_OF_STREAM)) { \
230.
return _ami_err_; \
231.
} \
232.
\
233.
return AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR; \
234.
}
235.

236.
// The template for the whole AMI_scan(), with no outputs.
237.
#define __STEMPLATE_I(in_arity) \
238.
template< __STEMP_ ## in_arity (T), class SC > \
239.
AMI_err AMI_scan( __SPARM_ ## in_arity (T,_ts_), SC
*soper) \
240.
{ \
241.
__STSPACE_ ## in_arity (T,*_t_); \
242.
\
243.
__FSPACE(_if_,in_arity); \
244.
__FSPACE(_lif_,in_arity); \
245.
\
246.
AMI_err _op_err_, _ami_err_; \
247.
\
248.
__CHKSTR_ ## in_arity
(_ts_) \
249.
__REWIND_ ## in_arity (_ts_); \
250.
\
251.
soper->initialize(); \
252.

\
253.
__SET_IF_ ## in_arity (_if_); \
254.

\
255.
do { \
256.
\
257.
__STS_READ_ ## in_arity
(_t_,_ts_,_if_,_lif_,_ami_err_) \
258.
\
259.
_op_err_ = __SCALL_OP_I_ ## in_arity
(_t_,_if_,soper); \
260.
\
261.
} while (_op_err_ == AMI_SCAN_CONTINUE);
\
262.
\
263.
if ((_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR) &&
\
264.
(_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_END_OF_STREAM)) { \
265.
return _ami_err_; \
266.
} \
267.
\
268.
return AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR; \
269.
}
270.

271.

272.
// Finally, the templates themsleves.
273.

274.
__STEMPLATE(1,1); __STEMPLATE(1,2); __STEMPLATE(1,3);
__STEMPLATE(1,4);
275.
__STEMPLATE(2,1); __STEMPLATE(2,2); __STEMPLATE(2,3);
__STEMPLATE(2,4);
276.
__STEMPLATE(3,1); __STEMPLATE(3,2); __STEMPLATE(3,3);
__STEMPLATE(3,4);
277.
__STEMPLATE(4,1); __STEMPLATE(4,2); __STEMPLATE(4,3);
__STEMPLATE(4,4);
278.

279.
__STEMPLATE_O(1); __STEMPLATE_O(2); __STEMPLATE_O(3);
__STEMPLATE_O(4);
280.

281.
__STEMPLATE_I(1); __STEMPLATE_I(2); __STEMPLATE_I(3);
__STEMPLATE_I(4);
282.

283.
#endif // _AMI_SCAN_MAC_H



The error messages are Expected constructor, destructor or type
conversion before... in each of the following lines 274-281!

Any ideas? Thanks


=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Erik_Wikstr=F6m?= 07-19-2007 03:31 PM

Re: Expected constructor, destructor or type conversion before...
 
On 2007-07-19 15:08, algatt wrote:
> Hello, I am trying to compile the TPIE files but there is a file
> that's constantly giving errors about the templates. I am using gcc
> 3.4.5 on Eclipse using Windows XP. The following is the code of the
> file that I am trying to compile:
>
> Code:
>
> 1.
> // Copyright (c) 1994 Darren Erik Vengroff
> 2.
> //
> 3.
> // File: ami_scan_mac.h
> 4.
> // Author: Darren Erik Vengroff <dev@cs.duke.edu>
> 5.
> // Created: 5/24/94
> 6.
> //
> 7.
> // $Id: ami_scan_mac.h,v 1.10 2003/04/25 00:06:56 tavi Exp $
> 8.
> //
> 9.
> #ifndef _AMI_SCAN_MAC_H
> 10.
> #define _AMI_SCAN_MAC_H
> 11.
>
> 12.
> // Macros for defining parameters to AMI_scan()
> 13.
> #define __SPARM_BASE(T,io,n) AMI_STREAM< T ## n > *io ## n
> 14.
> #define __SPARM_1(T,io) __SPARM_BASE(T,io,1)
> 15.
> #define __SPARM_2(T,io) __SPARM_1(T,io), __SPARM_BASE(T,io,2)
> 16.
> #define __SPARM_3(T,io) __SPARM_2(T,io), __SPARM_BASE(T,io,3)
> 17.
> #define __SPARM_4(T,io) __SPARM_3(T,io), __SPARM_BASE(T,io,4)
> 18.
>
> 19.
> // Macros for defining types in a template for AMI_scan()
> 20.
> #define __STEMP_BASE(T,n) class T ## n
> 21.
> #define __STEMP_1(T) __STEMP_BASE(T,1)
> 22.
> #define __STEMP_2(T) __STEMP_1(T), __STEMP_BASE(T,2)
> 23.
> #define __STEMP_3(T) __STEMP_2(T), __STEMP_BASE(T,3)
> 24.
> #define __STEMP_4(T) __STEMP_3(T), __STEMP_BASE(T,4)
> 25.
>
> 26.
> // Temporary space used within AMI_scan
> 27.
> #define __STS_BASE(T,t,n) T ## n t ## n
> 28.
> #define __STSPACE_1(T,t) __STS_BASE(T,t,1)
> 29.
> #define __STSPACE_2(T,t) __STSPACE_1(T,t) ; __STS_BASE(T,t,2)
> 30.
> #define __STSPACE_3(T,t) __STSPACE_2(T,t) ; __STS_BASE(T,t,3)
> 31.
> #define __STSPACE_4(T,t) __STSPACE_3(T,t) ; __STS_BASE(T,t,4)
> 32.
>
> 33.
> // An array of flags.
> 34.
> #define __FSPACE(f,n) AMI_SCAN_FLAG f[n]
> 35.
>
> 36.
>
> 37.
> // Check stream validity.
> 38.
> #define __CHK_BASE(T,n)
> { \
> 39.
> if (T ## n == NULL || T ## n -> status() !=
> AMI_STREAM_STATUS_VALID) {\
> 40.
> return
> AMI_ERROR_GENERIC_ERROR; \
> 41.
> }
> \
> 42.
> }
> 43.
>
> 44.
> #define __CHKSTR_1(T) __CHK_BASE(T,1)
> 45.
> #define __CHKSTR_2(T) __CHKSTR_1(T) __CHK_BASE(T,2)
> 46.
> #define __CHKSTR_3(T) __CHKSTR_2(T) __CHK_BASE(T,3)
> 47.
> #define __CHKSTR_4(T) __CHKSTR_3(T) __CHK_BASE(T,4)
> 48.
>
> 49.
>
> 50.
> // Rewind the input streams prior to performing the scan.
> 51.
> #define __REW_BASE(T,n) { \
> 52.
> if ((_ami_err_ = T ## n -> seek(0)) != AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR)
> { \
> 53.
> return _ami_err_; \
> 54.
> } \
> 55.
> }
> 56.
>
> 57.
> #define __REWIND_1(T) __REW_BASE(T,1)
> 58.
> #define __REWIND_2(T) __REWIND_1(T) __REW_BASE(T,2)
> 59.
> #define __REWIND_3(T) __REWIND_2(T) __REW_BASE(T,3)
> 60.
> #define __REWIND_4(T) __REWIND_3(T) __REW_BASE(T,4)
> 61.
>
> 62.
>
> 63.
> // Set the input flags to true before entering the do loop so
> that the
> 64.
> // initial values will be read.
> 65.
> #define __SET_IF_BASE(f,n) f[n-1] = 1
> 66.
>
> 67.
> #define __SET_IF_1(f) __SET_IF_BASE(f,1)
> 68.
> #define __SET_IF_2(f) __SET_IF_1(f); __SET_IF_BASE(f,2)
> 69.
> #define __SET_IF_3(f) __SET_IF_2(f); __SET_IF_BASE(f,3)
> 70.
> #define __SET_IF_4(f) __SET_IF_3(f); __SET_IF_BASE(f,4)
> 71.
>
> 72.
> // If the flag is set, then read inputs into temporary space.
> Set the
> 73.
> // flag based on whether the read was succesful or not. If it
> was
> 74.
> // unsuccessful for any reason other than EOS, then break out of
> the
> 75.
> // scan loop. If the flag is not currently set, then either the
> scan
> 76.
> // management object did not take the last input or the last
> time we
> 77.
> // tried to read from this file we failed. If we read
> successfully
> 78.
> // last time, then reset the flag.
> 79.
> #define __STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,n) \
> 80.
> if (f[n-1]) { \
> 81.
> if (!(f[n-1] = g[n-1] = \
> 82.
> ((e = ts ## n->read_item(&t ## n)) ==
> AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR))) { \
> 83.
> if (e != AMI_ERROR_END_OF_STREAM) { \
> 84.
> break; \
> 85.
> } \
> 86.
> } \
> 87.
> } else { \
> 88.
> f[n-1] = g[n-1]; \
> 89.
> }
> 90.
>
> 91.
> #define __STS_READ_1(t,ts,f,g,e) __STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,1)
> 92.
> #define __STS_READ_2(t,ts,f,g,e)
> __STS_READ_1(t,ts,f,g,e) \
> 93.
> __STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,2)
> 94.
> #define __STS_READ_3(t,ts,f,g,e)
> __STS_READ_2(t,ts,f,g,e) \
> 95.
> __STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,3)
> 96.
> #define __STS_READ_4(t,ts,f,g,e)
> __STS_READ_3(t,ts,f,g,e) \
> 97.
> __STSR_BASE(t,ts,f,g,e,4)
> 98.
>
> 99.
> // Write outputs. Only write if the flag is set. If there is
> an
> 100.
> // error during the write, then break out of the scan loop.
> 101.
> #define __STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,n) \
> 102.
> if (f[n-1] && (e = us ## n -> write_item(u ## n)) !=
> AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR) { \
> 103.
> break; \
> 104.
> }
> 105.
>
> 106.
> #define __STS_WRITE_1(u,us,f,e) __STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,1)
> 107.
> #define __STS_WRITE_2(u,us,f,e) __STS_WRITE_1(u,us,f,e)
> __STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,2)
> 108.
> #define __STS_WRITE_3(u,us,f,e) __STS_WRITE_2(u,us,f,e)
> __STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,3)
> 109.
> #define __STS_WRITE_4(u,us,f,e) __STS_WRITE_3(u,us,f,e)
> __STSW_BASE(u,us,f,e,4)
> 110.
>
> 111.
>
> 112.
> // Arguments to the operate() call
> 113.
> #define __SCA_BASE(t,n) t ## n
> 114.
> #define __SCALL_ARGS_1(t) __SCA_BASE(t,1)
> 115.
> #define __SCALL_ARGS_2(t) __SCALL_ARGS_1(t), __SCA_BASE(t,2)
> 116.
> #define __SCALL_ARGS_3(t) __SCALL_ARGS_2(t), __SCA_BASE(t,3)
> 117.
> #define __SCALL_ARGS_4(t) __SCALL_ARGS_3(t), __SCA_BASE(t,4)
> 118.
>
> 119.
> // Operate on the inputs to produce the outputs.
> 120.
> #define __SCALL_BASE(t,nt,if,sop,u,nu,of) \
> 121.
> sop->operate(__SCALL_ARGS_ ## nt (*t), if, __SCALL_ARGS_ ##
> nu (&u), of)
> 122.
>
> 123.
> #define __SCALL_OP_1_1(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,1,if,sop,u,
> 1,of)
> 124.
> #define __SCALL_OP_1_2(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,1,if,sop,u,
> 2,of)
> 125.
> #define __SCALL_OP_1_3(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,1,if,sop,u,
> 3,of)
> 126.
> #define __SCALL_OP_1_4(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,1,if,sop,u,
> 4,of)
> 127.
>
> 128.
> #define __SCALL_OP_2_1(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,2,if,sop,u,
> 1,of)
> 129.
> #define __SCALL_OP_2_2(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,2,if,sop,u,
> 2,of)
> 130.
> #define __SCALL_OP_2_3(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,2,if,sop,u,
> 3,of)
> 131.
> #define __SCALL_OP_2_4(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,2,if,sop,u,
> 4,of)
> 132.
>
> 133.
> #define __SCALL_OP_3_1(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,3,if,sop,u,
> 1,of)
> 134.
> #define __SCALL_OP_3_2(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,3,if,sop,u,
> 2,of)
> 135.
> #define __SCALL_OP_3_3(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,3,if,sop,u,
> 3,of)
> 136.
> #define __SCALL_OP_3_4(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,3,if,sop,u,
> 4,of)
> 137.
>
> 138.
> #define __SCALL_OP_4_1(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,4,if,sop,u,
> 1,of)
> 139.
> #define __SCALL_OP_4_2(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,4,if,sop,u,
> 2,of)
> 140.
> #define __SCALL_OP_4_3(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,4,if,sop,u,
> 3,of)
> 141.
> #define __SCALL_OP_4_4(t,if,sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE(t,4,if,sop,u,
> 4,of)
> 142.
>
> 143.
> // Handle the no input case.
> 144.
> #define __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,nu,of) \
> 145.
> sop->operate(__SCALL_ARGS_ ## nu (&u), of)
> 146.
>
> 147.
> #define __SCALL_OP_O_1(sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,1,of)
> 148.
> #define __SCALL_OP_O_2(sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,2,of)
> 149.
> #define __SCALL_OP_O_3(sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,3,of)
> 150.
> #define __SCALL_OP_O_4(sop,u,of) __SCALL_BASE_O(sop,u,4,of)
> 151.
>
> 152.
> // Handle the no output case.
> 153.
> #define __SCALL_BASE_I(t,nt,if,sop) \
> 154.
> sop->operate(__SCALL_ARGS_ ## nt (*t), if)
> 155.
>
> 156.
> #define __SCALL_OP_I_1(t,if,sop) __SCALL_BASE_I(t,1,if,sop)
> 157.
> #define __SCALL_OP_I_2(t,if,sop) __SCALL_BASE_I(t,2,if,sop)
> 158.
> #define __SCALL_OP_I_3(t,if,sop) __SCALL_BASE_I(t,3,if,sop)
> 159.
> #define __SCALL_OP_I_4(t,if,sop) __SCALL_BASE_I(t,4,if,sop)
> 160.
>
> 161.
>
> 162.
> // The template for the whole AMI_scan(), with inputs and
> outputs.
> 163.
> #define __STEMPLATE(in_arity, out_arity) \
> 164.
> template< __STEMP_ ## in_arity (T), class SC, __STEMP_ ##
> out_arity (U) > \
> 165.
> AMI_err AMI_scan( __SPARM_ ## in_arity (T,_ts_), \
> 166.
> SC *soper, __SPARM_ ## out_arity
> (U,_us_)) \
> 167.
> { \
> 168.
> __STSPACE_ ## in_arity (T,*_t_); \
> 169.
> __STSPACE_ ## out_arity (U,_u_); \
> 170.
> \
> 171.
> __FSPACE(_if_,in_arity); \
> 172.
> __FSPACE(_lif_,in_arity); \
> 173.
> __FSPACE(_of_,out_arity); \
> 174.
> \
> 175.
> AMI_err _op_err_, _ami_err_; \
> 176.
> \
> 177.
> __CHKSTR_ ## in_arity
> (_ts_) \
> 178.
> __CHKSTR_ ## out_arity
> (_us_) \
> 179.
> __REWIND_ ## in_arity (_ts_) \
> 180.
> soper->initialize(); \
> 181.
>
> \
> 182.
> __SET_IF_ ## in_arity (_if_); \
> 183.
>
> \
> 184.
> do { \
> 185.
> \
> 186.
> __STS_READ_ ## in_arity
> (_t_,_ts_,_if_,_lif_,_ami_err_) \
> 187.
> \
> 188.
> _op_err_ = __SCALL_OP_ ## in_arity ## _ ## \
> 189.
> out_arity(_t_,_if_,soper,_u_,_of_); \
> 190.
> \
> 191.
> __STS_WRITE_ ##
> out_arity(_u_,_us_,_of_,_ami_err_) \
> 192.
> \
> 193.
> } while (_op_err_ == AMI_SCAN_CONTINUE);
> \
> 194.
> \
> 195.
> if ((_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR) &&
> \
> 196.
> (_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_END_OF_STREAM)) { \
> 197.
> return _ami_err_; \
> 198.
> } \
> 199.
> \
> 200.
> return AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR; \
> 201.
> }
> 202.
>
> 203.
> // The template for the whole AMI_scan(), with no inputs. This
> is
> 204.
> // based on __STEMPLATE_() and could be merged into one big
> macro at
> 205.
> // the expense of having to define multiple versions of
> __STEMP_N()
> 206.
> // and __SPARM_N() to handle the case N = 0.
> 207.
> #define __STEMPLATE_O(out_arity) \
> 208.
> template< class SC, __STEMP_ ## out_arity (U) > \
> 209.
> AMI_err AMI_scan( SC *soper, __SPARM_ ## out_arity
> (U,_us_)) \
> 210.
> { \
> 211.
> __STSPACE_ ## out_arity (U,_u_); \
> 212.
> \
> 213.
> __FSPACE(_of_,out_arity); \
> 214.
> \
> 215.
> AMI_err _op_err_, _ami_err_; \
> 216.
>
> \
> 217.
> __CHKSTR_ ## out_arity
> (_us_) \
> 218.
> soper->initialize(); \
> 219.
> \
> 220.
> do { \
> 221.
> \
> 222.
> _op_err_ = __SCALL_OP_O_ ##
> out_arity(soper,_u_,_of_); \
> 223.
> \
> 224.
> __STS_WRITE_ ##
> out_arity(_u_,_us_,_of_,_ami_err_) \
> 225.
> \
> 226.
> } while (_op_err_ == AMI_SCAN_CONTINUE);
> \
> 227.
> \
> 228.
> if ((_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR) &&
> \
> 229.
> (_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_END_OF_STREAM)) { \
> 230.
> return _ami_err_; \
> 231.
> } \
> 232.
> \
> 233.
> return AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR; \
> 234.
> }
> 235.
>
> 236.
> // The template for the whole AMI_scan(), with no outputs.
> 237.
> #define __STEMPLATE_I(in_arity) \
> 238.
> template< __STEMP_ ## in_arity (T), class SC > \
> 239.
> AMI_err AMI_scan( __SPARM_ ## in_arity (T,_ts_), SC
> *soper) \
> 240.
> { \
> 241.
> __STSPACE_ ## in_arity (T,*_t_); \
> 242.
> \
> 243.
> __FSPACE(_if_,in_arity); \
> 244.
> __FSPACE(_lif_,in_arity); \
> 245.
> \
> 246.
> AMI_err _op_err_, _ami_err_; \
> 247.
> \
> 248.
> __CHKSTR_ ## in_arity
> (_ts_) \
> 249.
> __REWIND_ ## in_arity (_ts_); \
> 250.
> \
> 251.
> soper->initialize(); \
> 252.
>
> \
> 253.
> __SET_IF_ ## in_arity (_if_); \
> 254.
>
> \
> 255.
> do { \
> 256.
> \
> 257.
> __STS_READ_ ## in_arity
> (_t_,_ts_,_if_,_lif_,_ami_err_) \
> 258.
> \
> 259.
> _op_err_ = __SCALL_OP_I_ ## in_arity
> (_t_,_if_,soper); \
> 260.
> \
> 261.
> } while (_op_err_ == AMI_SCAN_CONTINUE);
> \
> 262.
> \
> 263.
> if ((_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR) &&
> \
> 264.
> (_ami_err_ != AMI_ERROR_END_OF_STREAM)) { \
> 265.
> return _ami_err_; \
> 266.
> } \
> 267.
> \
> 268.
> return AMI_ERROR_NO_ERROR; \
> 269.
> }
> 270.
>
> 271.
>
> 272.
> // Finally, the templates themsleves.
> 273.
>
> 274.
> __STEMPLATE(1,1); __STEMPLATE(1,2); __STEMPLATE(1,3);
> __STEMPLATE(1,4);
> 275.
> __STEMPLATE(2,1); __STEMPLATE(2,2); __STEMPLATE(2,3);
> __STEMPLATE(2,4);
> 276.
> __STEMPLATE(3,1); __STEMPLATE(3,2); __STEMPLATE(3,3);
> __STEMPLATE(3,4);
> 277.
> __STEMPLATE(4,1); __STEMPLATE(4,2); __STEMPLATE(4,3);
> __STEMPLATE(4,4);
> 278.
>
> 279.
> __STEMPLATE_O(1); __STEMPLATE_O(2); __STEMPLATE_O(3);
> __STEMPLATE_O(4);
> 280.
>
> 281.
> __STEMPLATE_I(1); __STEMPLATE_I(2); __STEMPLATE_I(3);
> __STEMPLATE_I(4);
> 282.
>
> 283.
> #endif // _AMI_SCAN_MAC_H
>
>
>
> The error messages are Expected constructor, destructor or type
> conversion before... in each of the following lines 274-281!


Run it through the pre-processor and then a code prettyfier and try to
compile that, if you still don't find the error post that code instead.
Is there anything that's not a macro in there, I hope that it's
generated and none actually wrote that.

--
Erik Wikström

John Harrison 07-19-2007 07:45 PM

Re: Expected constructor, destructor or type conversion before...
 
algatt wrote:
> Hello, I am trying to compile the TPIE files but there is a file
> that's constantly giving errors about the templates. I am using gcc
> 3.4.5 on Eclipse using Windows XP. The following is the code of the
> file that I am trying to compile:
>
> Code:
>


Well the first error is that AMI_err is used in the generated code but
defined nowhere. Could also say the same about AMI_STREAM, AMI_SCAN_FLAG
and probably many others.

If the code is not total rubbish then the problem probably is that you
are missing a header file or two. Why the missing header files aren't
included in that header file is only a question the code author could
answer. Why don't you email him, his address is at the head of the
source code (you probably should have removed that before posting).

john


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