From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-03-01 11:34:49
On Mon, 01 Mar 2004 10:58:36 -0500, Beman Dawes wrote
> One of the actions we can take to ease releases is to fix
> regressions as they occur, rather than waiting until just before the
> next release.
> I'm experimenting with some new reports that combine platforms,
> report regressions only, and make other improvements suggested by
> various people. Those experiments will take a while because I'm
> learning xslt in the process, and have some other commitments.
That sounds very cool :-)
> In the meantime, I've changed the Win32 table
> (http://boost.sourceforge.net/regression-logs/cs-win32.html) to show
> diffs against February 3rd rather than just the prior day's run.
> Looking at the results, there is lots of good news. Tests now
> passing, warnings removed, etc. But there are also regressions in a
> number of libraries:
> Date-Time - Borland regressions, one VC++ 7.0 regression.
Yes, I'm in the process of fixing destabalizing (wide char input / output)
changes in date-time. So you can expect date-time to be a bit flaky on the
regression tests for awhile.
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