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From: Guillaume Melquiond (guillaume.melquiond_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-18 09:27:51


Now that the 1.31 version of Boost has been shipped, I am gradually
pushing into the CVS a new version of the Interval library. The main
change is the support for conversion between intervals with different
base types.

I am pushing it gradually in order to follow the evolution of the
regression tests. It seems Borland and pre-7.1 Microsoft compilers won't
support at all (there was a partial support in the previous versions of
the library) the new version since they are not even able to parse the
headers. On the other hand, GCC 2.95 doesn't ice anymore with this new
scheme (quite strange, isn't it?).

All the other compilers seem to quietly support the new version. Except
for cwpro8: there is one failure (det.cpp) in the test-suite. Does this
compiler have some known problems when dealing with template ordering?
And is there some workaround?



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