From: Beman Dawes (beman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-10-14 09:46:50
At 07:59 AM 10/14/2000 -0400, John Maddock wrote:
>>These attempts to instantiate individual member functions may work in
>>compilers, but they are non-standard.
>That does seem to be the cause of the problem: however it does seem to be
>legal in the standard: see line 3 of the example in 14.7.2 para 2.
>Whatever I've disabled that for MW builds - so hopefully it should build
Yes, thanks, John!
Jens also updated random_test.cpp, so that's now working for all compilers
tested. Thanks, Jens!
BCC 5.4 has been removed from the test set.
regex/src/cregex.pp has been added to the regression test, and is working
for all the Windows compilers tested. [Jens: this is a compile only test;
you may have to add -c or whatever to the Linux compiles.]
cs-win32.html has been updated in the CVS. It's looking much cleaner that
the 1.18.0 version.
I'll soon release 1.18.1. But it is a gorgeous day here, so I'm headed
outside. Maybe tomorrow.
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