From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-02 09:56:19
>Ok, I know what caused this. There's a bug in that STL
>implementation... they have the wrong
>return type for std::set::find. I've changed it... though I don't have
>VC++ handy, so you'll have to tell me if it worked.
Tests running now...
As an aside (and NOT for 1.31.0) it would be nice to hold the execution
time down on some of the graph tests. Both bfs and dfs take a long time.
For example, dfs takes around 45 seconds on my 3.0 Ghz machine. Multiply
that by 7 compilers, and you get the idea. 45 seconds of time on a 3.0 Ghz
box is an vast number of computations. Probably more test cycles than all
the programmers in the world got in a day in 1965. We ought to be able to
write 100% coverage test cases that none-the-less run quickly.
OK, test finished, and it passes the three compilers in question.
I'll rerun the full Boost tests, and post results shortly.
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