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Re: Code compilation issue on NDK BB10_0_06



I have created an issue :






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Re: Code compilation issue on NDK BB10_0_06

To solve this include both

#include <string.h>
#include <string>



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Re: Code compilation issue on NDK BB10_0_06

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I had the same whenever using std:map<const std::string, std::string>.  any idea? my SDK is And #include <string.h> doesn't help

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Re: Code compilation issue on NDK BB10_0_06

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Marking the key as const isn't really needed. It can't be modified via map's public interface anyway.

I guess if map implementation uses assignment operator internally, then passing a constant key to it will not work. Maybe older implementation was using a copy constructor.




> >>From the C++ standard:
> >>    Table 69 in 23.1.2, p7, says that
> >>    X::key_type must be assignable;

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