From: Gennadiy Rozental (rogeeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-12 15:44:03
> 1) test_tools.hpp uses close_at_tolerance, but does not (unconditionally) #include <boost/test/detail/floating_point_comparison.hpp>.
> Is the user expected to include this file in the test source file ? If so shouldn't the header be promoted from the detail subdirectory ?
Yep. You right. I was thinking the same recently.
> 2) compiling with borland in release mode fails, with the compiler complaing __strcmp__ is not a member of std. Adding the following to test_tools.cpp, unit_test_config.cpp and unit_test_log.cpp solves the problem for BCC 5.5 (but not for 5.6 from C++ Builder 6 where it
triggers an assert in the compiler!)
That is strange. I remember that it was compiling with BCC 5.5 command-line tools. I will recheck it today.
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