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boost:::bind problem syntax error with redefined new

I am using VC2005 and have refined new to be new
(_NORMAL_BLOCK ,__FILE__, __LINE__) for the debug build so that the
location of memory leaks are reported.

The problem that I have is when, I try to bind a functor using

boost::bind(&Bo ostWorkerThread ::Stop, this)

I get an syntax error in function_templa te.hpp '('

assign_functor( FunctionObj f, function_buffer & functor, mpl::true_)
new ((void*)&functo r.data) FunctionObj(f);

if I do not refined new, then there is no compile error.
Question, how can I redefine new and still use boost.
Aug 18 '08 #1
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On Mon, 18 Aug 2008 10:51:48 +0200, kittymaguire
<ka************ ***@hotmail.com wrote:
boost::bind(&Bo ostWorkerThread ::Stop, this)

boost::bind(&Bo ostWorkerThread ::Stop, this,_1);
Aug 18 '08 #2

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