From: Hubert HOLIN (Hubert.Holin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-11-15 07:44:49
Somewhere in the E.U., le 15/11/2002
Something odd is going on... My code does include <boost/config.hpp>
(on line 16 for both quaternion_test.cpp and octonion_test.cpp, on line
13 for quaternion_mi_test.cpp, though admitedly not yet for
quaternion_mi1.cpp, quaternion_mi2.cpp and HSO3SO4.cpp... I'll fix that
right now). I checked both my local copy and the (browser-visible) CVS copy.
Anyway, we should probably not loose to much sleep over that issue, as
a few other problems have been pointed out to me, so I am preparing
another batch of fixes.
John Maddock wrote:
> > What I was wondering about was whether the test machine (not mine, I'm
> > still under MacOS 9.2.2 using CodeWarrior) had its headers properly
> > The released version has BOOST_NO_TEMPLATE_PARTIAL_SPECIALIZATION
> > defined for that compiler, but the main trunk version behaves as though
> > such is not the case. Ergo, either it was found it should not have been
> > defined, and the "#define" has been deleted between the release version
> > and the main trunk, or the merging of the release trunk into the main
> > trunk left out part of the config headers. Or I missed something...
> Hubert, your code does not include <boost/config.hpp> so no boost macros
> will ever be set will they?
> And yes the macros should be all set correctly - the config test cases are
> all passing.
> John Maddock
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