• Error ‘fd_set’ Was Not Declared In This Scope

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    #2660 (`fd_set’ has not been declared) – Boost C++ Libraries – … error: `fd_set’ has not been declared /usr/include/sys/select.h:31: error: `fd_set’ has not been declared /usr/include/sys/select.h:33: error: `fd_set’ has not been declared /usr/include/sys/select.h:33: error: …

    … _types_fd_set*, _types_fd_set*, _ types_fd_set*, const timeval*)’ conflicts with /usr/include/sys/select.h … `_get_osfhandle’ was not declared in this scope ../compat/os/mswin.h:404: error: `_read’ was not declared in this scope ../compat/os/mswin.h: In function `int write(int, const …

    fd_set read_template; struct timeval wait; … comm.c:53: error: ‘: thread_mutex_unlock’ has not been declared comm.c:56: error: ‘pthread_mutex_unlock’ was not declared in this scope Thanks , Jul 5, 2007 #1. Advertisements. Robert Bauck Hamar Guest. wrote:

    … ‘exit’ was not declared in this scope. This error happens when you switch from GCC 4.2.x to GCC 4.3.x. … ‘find’ is not a member of ‘std’ error: … fd_set, mode_t: sys/types.h: typeid: typeinfo:

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