From: Beman Dawes (beman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-06-21 13:07:13
>I'll post a snapshot latter today.
I've posted two files in http://www.egroups.com/files/boost/Members+Only/
Note that these are intended to be run in a temporary or test directory;
they leave the directory cluttered with compiler residue.
The first (boostenv.bat) is strictly a Windows command file; it must be
tailored to supply paths for the local machine.
The second (regrtest.py) is a Python program to run compile tests and
generate an HTML table. It is pretty basic, and requires tailoring to add
compilers or programs to the set tested.
The default is to run all programs against all compilers. It is also
possible (via command line options) to run all programs against a specific
compiler, one program against all compilers, or one program against one
I usually pipe the outputs to a log file for later investigation:
regrtest >log 2>&1
Be sure to run boostenv (or your own equivalent) before running regrtest.
Hopefully this will move us toward better testing before releases.
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