From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-05 12:11:55
At 03:56 AM 2/5/2003, Guillaume Melquiond wrote:
>I tried to use the regression tests with the interval library; and it
>worked: I just ran run_tests.sh on a linux computer with gcc 3.2.2 and
>intel cc 7.0 and looked at the results. So, if nobody objects or does it
>before me, I will modify status/Jamfile so that it automatically handles
>the interval library.
Yes, please do! The subinclude approach works best.
Please note that the regular Win32 regression tests won't be run Friday
through Tuesday due to a short vacation:-)
>However, something bothers me. In the big array with all the tests and
>compilers (cs-something.html), library names are wrong. For example, all
>the tests for ublas and interval are mixed under the same library called
>numeric. Is it possible for the regression tools to pick up the name
>defined in the jamfile (``test-suite "interval" : [ run...'')? Or to use
>longer name like numeric/ublas and numeric/interval for example?
That's on the "do-list", but I don't know when it will get fixed.
>Last point, is there something wrong with the linux computer used for the
>regression tests on http://boost.sourceforge.net/regression-logs/ ? With
>gcc 3.2, it fails 179 tests. When I gave it a try for the interval
>library, I got a value which is roughly the same as for windows and
>openbsd (only 13 tests failed, but it was sunday).
Sound suspicious. Alkis?
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