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MessageBuffer.h - binary '<<': no operator found which takes a right-hand operand of type 'const V' (or there is no acceptable conversion)

Having a pretty basic build issue, albeit a blocking one, with my RFA Client Application in C++ with Visual Studio 2017 and with the included RFA library version rfa8.1.0.L1


Has anyone come across the following?

The main source of error is the file messagebuffer.h which is contained in the

log4cxx\log4cxx\helpers\messagebuffer.h


"binary '<<': no operator found which takes a right-hand operand of type 'const V' (or there is no acceptable conversion)"
treprfarfa-apibuffermessage
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Refer to the API Compatibility Matrix, RFA C++ doesn't support Visual Studio 2017. It supports Visual Studio 2015.

However, from the error message, it doesn't relate to the RFA C++ library. It may be a problem in the log4cxx library or its usage. You should contact the log4cxx community for assistance.

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I agree they might be better placed and I have also asked a similar question there but I would like to believe that I am not the only developer trying to develop a C++ RFA application with log4cxx.
If someone has successfully done that I'd happily discuss with them how to get it done.

Given that VS 2019 RC is available today, when do you think there will be a forward step in the compatibility matrix, or do you believe it is a requirement to work in an IDE that is two major versions behind.