From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-15 10:00:22
At 08:56 AM 8/15/2002, Beman Dawes wrote:
>The Win32 regression tests will be run several times a day, depending on
>activity, until the 1.29.0 release is complete.
>See http://boost.sourceforge.net/regression-logs/cs-win32-index.html and
>In the twelve hours or so since the last run, the great bulk of the
>Boost.Test warnings have been fixed, and a number of other problems were
>cleared too. I didn't have to manually kill any tests.
>But there is one worrisome issue: looking at the bjam output log, it
>appears that there were many Boost.Test compile failures. See example
>How could the many tests that depend on Boost.Test pass if the Boost.Test
>library isn't being built? Is it possible that bjam is failing to
>recognize this, and using the residue library from the previous run?
To workaround the bjam problems, I've rerun all builds and tests. Results
at the above location.
Note that I first added #include <iterator> in
boost/test/detail/unit_test_config.hpp. I didn't update CVS as I'm not at
all sure that is the best file for the addition. I'll let Gennadiy make
the permanent fix.
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