From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-28 17:11:14
Beman Dawes <bdawes_at_[hidden]> writes:
> Looking at the regressions against 1.30.2 for Win32 and Linux from
> http://tinyurl.com/jvyc and http://tinyurl.com/k36t, there are a bunch
> of regressions. See below.
> Before looking at the detailed list, bear in mind that almost all of
> the Linux failures are new gcc 2.95.3 fails. My guess is that if type
> traits could be fixed on gcc 2.95.3, many of the other regressions on
> that platform would disappear.
> On the Win32 tests, the regressions are more varied. The Date-time and
> Regex libraries need a bit of attention, but I'm hoping all Boost
> developers will scan the list for regressions in their own libraries.
> Config: Linux gcc 2.95.3 two tests
> Conversion: Linux Intel 7.1 lexical_cast_test
> CRC: Linux gcc 2.95.3 crc_test
> Date-time: Win32 Borland 5.6.4 and Codewarrior
> Disjnt sets: Linux gcc 2.95.3
> Dyn bit set: Linux gcc 2.95.3
> Filesystem: Win32 Borland/Intel (But not reproduced on Beman's Win32
> Format: Win32 Borland 5.5.1, Codewarrior, VC++ 6.0
> Function: Linux gcc 2.95.3 three tests
> Win32 Codewarrior function_n_test
> Graph: Linux gcc 2.95.3
> Iterator: All platforms failing iterator_categories test
Sorry, what test is that? I don't see anything by that name.
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