From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-21 10:47:17
Today's Win32 regression tests are up at
The Comeau tests are particularly interesting now that we are getting close
to a final configuration, since this compiler is based on the EDG front-end
which is known to be highly standards compliant. The tests were run with
the --a option, which has several effects:
* Enables void returns, allowing several tests (lambda, etc) to pass.
* Causes a few tests which use Microsoft headers to fail with errors which
actually should be just warnings with --a option. This has been reported to
* Detects various problems with Boost code (sometimes as errors, sometimes
as warnings). For example:
- Detects some regex problems that previously only Metrowerks was
- Detects some date-time spurious semi-colons after function blocks.
- Reports a curious 'no operator "<" matches these operands' in
binary_search_test. Any opinions on this?
* Shows what looks like a Boost config problem (see date-time testclock,
for example) which is causing boost::int64_t not to be defined even though
long long support is present. Help needed on this one!
* Produces lots of warnings in lambda:
"C:\boost\site\boost/lambda/detail/operators.hpp", line 123: warning #76-D:
argument to macro is empty BOOST_LAMBDA_BE(operator+=,
arithmetic_assignment_action<plus_action>, , const, reference_argument)
Is that a legitimate warning? If not, should we turn off 76-D?
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