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boost::signal doesn't wotk when compiled with /clr?

Could someone explain why the following code works when compiled
without /clr but fails at runtime with a boost::bad_func tion_call
exception when compiled with /clr?

#include <iostream>
using std::cout;
using std::endl;
#include <boost/signal.hpp>
#include <functional>

struct EventReceiver
void funct(int a)
cout<<"In funct"<<endl;

int main()
boost::signal<v oid (int)> event;
EventReceiver receiver;
boost::signals: :connection
con=event.conne ct(std::bind1st (std::mem_fun(E ventReceiver::f unct),
&receiver)); //(1)
con.disconnect( );
return 0;

(1) : I've tried other solutions for the binding : using boost::bind,
using an hand-written binary function, etc..., but to no avail.


Nov 17 '05 #1
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