TheIDE fails to compile on Ubuntu 10.04
|Assignee:||Jan Dolinár||% Done:|
Last two nightly launchpad builds failed with this error:
Compiling /build/buildd/upp-6424/uppsrc/CodeEditor/Highlight.cpp /build/buildd/upp-6424/uppsrc/CodeEditor/Highlight.cpp: In member function 'virtual void Upp::CodeEditor::HighlightLine(int, Upp::Vector<Upp::LineEdit::Highlight>&, int)': /build/buildd/upp-6424/uppsrc/CodeEditor/Highlight.cpp:723: error: no matching function for call to 'decode(int, int, Upp::LineEdit::<anonymous enum>, int, Upp::LineEdit::<anonymous enum>, int)' /build/buildd/upp-6424/uppsrc/CodeEditor/Highlight.cpp:724: error: no matching function for call to 'decode(int, int, Upp::LineEdit::<anonymous enum>, int, Upp::LineEdit::<anonymous enum>, int)'
I suspect it has something to do with the thousand separators feature added recently.
This version of ubuntu is supported on servers only (till April 2015, desktop support ended in May), so I guess we can safely drop support for it too. So the easiest fix might be to just drop support for it in U++ as well and ignore this problem. Please let me know if I should disable it from nightly builds.