From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-22 19:41:26
At 11:12 PM 1/21/2004, Jeremy Siek wrote:
>I've move the -Wno-long-double to the Darwin section of gcc-tools.jam.
That cleared the gcc regressions.
These (at least) still remain:
* VC++ 6.0 ICE's in filesystem, tokenizer, multi_array. I don't think there
were any changes in these libraries; some dependency is the problem.
Iterator adaptors would be my first guess, but I haven't looked into the
fails in detail yet.
* graph/adj_matrix_cc still failing all Win32 compilers:
adjacency_matrix.hpp(161): error: no operator "++" matches these operands
* graph/dfs_cc still failing all Win32 compilers:
depth_first_search.hpp(225): error: no operator "!=" matches these operands
* random/random_test failing all Win32 compilers except gcc
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