From: Victor A. Wagner, Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-14 11:21:18
How are you getting regex to compile? I'm still getting errors with VS.NET:
C:\Boost Releases\boost\boost\regex\detail\regex_compile.hpp(425) : error
C2039: 'singleton' : is not a member of 'boost::re_detail::re_repeat'
I'm updating from CVS
At Wednesday 2002/08/14 07:37, you wrote:
>This mornings Win32 regression test results are being uploaded now.
>See particularly the diffs against the last test run before we switched to
>Here are the problems I know of that need fixes or investigation:
>* Clear Borland Boost.Test warnings
>* Clear GCC 3.1 Boost.Test warnings
>* !!(predicate) fix as discussed
>* Why are there two new fails in function?
>* Why are there three new fails in lambda bind_tests_simple?
>* Why are there a bunch of new multi_array fails?
>* Why are there two new signals trackable_test fails?
>* Thread tests new fails.
>Thread test_condition and test_thread are looping; by that I mean they
>just sit indefinitely with CPU utilization at 100% until I kill the
>process. This is happening on three compiler; don't know which ones.
>test_condition goes to 100% utilization right away. test_thread sits for
>perhaps 3 seconds with 0% utilization, then goes to 100%.
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