From: Beman Dawes (beman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-10-13 19:49:55
Jens Maurer wrote:
>> That leaves failures in random_test.cpp
>The ambiguity errors should be fixed now.
Yes! Now compiles OK.
Microsoft was still failing because of they don't put abs() in namespace
std. Hope you don't mind; I went ahead and updated random_test.cpp in the
CVS with the usual BOOST_NO_STDC_NAMESPACE workaround.
After that random_test.cpp also compiles OK with VC++.
There was one warning, which I'm including below in case it is something
you care about.
c:/boost/site\boost/random.hpp(118) : warning C4308: negative integral
constant converted to unsigned type
c:/boost/site\boost/random.hpp(115) : while compiling class-template member
function 'unsigned int __cdecl boost::random::const_mod<unsigned
int,714025>::add(unsigned int,unsigned int)'
Anyhow, random_test.cpp is now passing all compilers except Borland 5.4,
which we are about to drop anyhow.
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