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October 09, 2010, 01:25:48 PM
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The unqualified bind references in main.cpp and util.cpp are ambiguous for newer compilers that implement the upcoming ISO standard: there is a collision between boost::bind and std::(tr1::)::bind. This breaks the build under, e.g. VC++ 2010.

I've qualified the offending references and fixed the build here, but this is precisely the reason why using-directives in header files are widely considered a bad practice. Better to do away with the using-directives in headers.h and either qualify all references, or judiciously use typedefs and/or using-declarations throughout the sources. If Satoshi gives a green light for this, I'd make another patch along these lines.
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October 17, 2010, 01:51:51 AM
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Fixed in SVN revision 164.

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