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C1026 bug, was it ever fixed?

Over 6 months ago I reported a bug that manifested itself in a C1026 error.
The problem is caused because MS VC++.NET has a bug in it where it thinks it
is too complex if a single class has more than 142 STATIC members in it.
Microsoft aknowledged the bug was real, and said it was nasty. On the
feedback page I reported it they ssaid they would look into it.

A few months ago, after it had been 4 months, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING had changed
on the page I reported it. Not even a 'ping' (ala, we are still working on
it).

Now I went to look for it again, over 6 months after I reported it, and went
to the new 'Connect' area where supposedly the Feedback center has been
absorbed into it. Using its search enine, apparently the bug report I mad no
long is part of the sysyem. So I don't know if this was fixed or not (of
course I havfen't seen any patches, so it isn't fixed, but I'm hoping it has
been worked on).

It is a C1026 error that gets generated. To re-create, just create any class
with about 142 STATIC (not pointers) variables, and it will happen 100% of
the time (generates C1026 error, a compiler error).

Can anyone point to where my error report is, or know if this has been fixed
or just shoved under the rug? <hehe>

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Jun 13 '06 #1
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> Over 6 months ago I reported a bug that manifested itself in a C1026
error. The problem is caused because MS VC++.NET has a bug in it where it
thinks it is too complex if a single class has more than 142 STATIC
members in it. Microsoft aknowledged the bug was real, and said it was
nasty. On the feedback page I reported it they ssaid they would look into
it.

A few months ago, after it had been 4 months, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING had
changed on the page I reported it. Not even a 'ping' (ala, we are still
working on it).

Now I went to look for it again, over 6 months after I reported it, and
went to the new 'Connect' area where supposedly the Feedback center has
been absorbed into it. Using its search enine, apparently the bug report I
mad no long is part of the sysyem. So I don't know if this was fixed or
not (of course I havfen't seen any patches, so it isn't fixed, but I'm
hoping it has been worked on).

It is a C1026 error that gets generated. To re-create, just create any
class with about 142 STATIC (not pointers) variables, and it will happen
100% of the time (generates C1026 error, a compiler error).

Can anyone point to where my error report is, or know if this has been
fixed or just shoved under the rug? <hehe>


viola: here it is :-)
http://connect.microsoft.com/feedbac...481&SiteID=210

I'll try to validate it and then vote for it.
so far, there are 2 validations, which might mean it is low on the MSVC
radar.

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Kind regards,
Bruno van Dooren
br**********************@hotmail.com
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Jun 13 '06 #2
Wow, cool! Thanx for finding it! : )

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Over 6 months ago I reported a bug that manifested itself in a C1026
error. The problem is caused because MS VC++.NET has a bug in it where it
thinks it is too complex if a single class has more than 142 STATIC
members in it. Microsoft aknowledged the bug was real, and said it was
nasty. On the feedback page I reported it they ssaid they would look into
it.

A few months ago, after it had been 4 months, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING had
changed on the page I reported it. Not even a 'ping' (ala, we are still
working on it).

Now I went to look for it again, over 6 months after I reported it, and
went to the new 'Connect' area where supposedly the Feedback center has
been absorbed into it. Using its search enine, apparently the bug report
I mad no long is part of the sysyem. So I don't know if this was fixed or
not (of course I havfen't seen any patches, so it isn't fixed, but I'm
hoping it has been worked on).

It is a C1026 error that gets generated. To re-create, just create any
class with about 142 STATIC (not pointers) variables, and it will happen
100% of the time (generates C1026 error, a compiler error).

Can anyone point to where my error report is, or know if this has been
fixed or just shoved under the rug? <hehe>


viola: here it is :-)
http://connect.microsoft.com/feedbac...481&SiteID=210

I'll try to validate it and then vote for it.
so far, there are 2 validations, which might mean it is low on the MSVC
radar.

--

Kind regards,
Bruno van Dooren
br**********************@hotmail.com
Remove only "_nos_pam"

Jun 14 '06 #3

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