If I compile the program:
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# include <cppad/cppad.hpp>
# include <cppad/example/cppad_eigen.hpp>
int main()
{
typedef Eigen::Matrix< CppAD::AD<double>, 1, 1> MatrixAD;
MatrixAD X;
X(0, 0) = 1;
std::cout << X << std::endl;
return 0;
}
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using eigen-3.1.3 with the trunk for the package
http://www.coin-or.org/CppAD/
I get the error message

`.../include/Eigen/src/Core/IO.h:132:97: error: no matching function
``for call to ‘ceil(CppAD::AD<double>)’
`Looking at the corresponding code I see the code

`return
``cast<RealScalar,int>(ceil(-log(NumTraits<RealScalar>::epsilon())/log(RealScalar(10))));
`
On the page
http://eigen.tuxfamily.org/dox-devel/TopicCustomizingEigen.html
under the heading
Using custom scalar types
I see mention of
"define the math functions that makes sense for your type."

`and perhaps ceil could be considered one such function. But I do not
``see mention of conversion from the scalar type to int, which also
``seems to be required ?
`

`The problem is that, for AD types, I think that implicit conversion to
``int is dangerous because the AD information is lost and hence CppAD
``provides an explicit function for this purpose
`http://www.coin-or.org/CppAD/Doc/integer.xml

`Perhaps it would be OK if one restricts the casting operator to be
``explicit, but as I understand this is a c++11 extension and not
``available in c++98.
`