From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-03 11:29:46
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> GCC 3.3 under linux. Vladimir Prus is doing this. I'm not sure of the
> exact status.
>I've finally managed to run all the test and produce status table (thought
>it's rather tricky). The resutls are at
>As you see, there's quite a bunch of failures. I'll try to look in detail,
>and will inform you if I find the reasons.
I looked at the status table and I think its very promising. There are
lots of tests that test different combinations. I tried to make each
test test the minimum amount of stuff but infact, a couple of problems
will make lots of tests fail. The first time I ran it with gcc I got 100%
failures !. However, I believe that many of the failures will be cleared
up with just a couple of changes. Looking at the status table, I would
bet that finding/fixing an error in the text_archive will clear up a lot of
failures. Then I would go for void_cast as its more self contained and
could explain the pointer failures. Of course finding the last problem
is going to be the hardest.
I am very excited about your success in this. Pavel Vozenilek [pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden]] is making huge progress in getting
intel 7.0 / dinkumware to work which may well fix VC 6.0.
BTW - I think this illustrates how incredibly valuable is the boost
test/build concoction. The combination of two has really changed
Thank you for your efforts.
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