From: Rob Lievaart (Rob.Lievaart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-22 01:46:36
There are some lines in test_tools.cpp to work around this but are
defined only for GCC 3.3 and I am using 3.2 :-( There was a
discussion on this isssue (I think) 2 days ago:
Where Gennadiy says he wil fix it. But that has not made it into
cvs yet. This is the cause of a lot of errors in the report.
I "hacked" around it locally by also testing for GCC 3.2 and
that clears up a lot of the problems.
I could post a diff for what I changed locally, but it is not
a nice solution. I simply changed the == sign in the test
for minor version to <= . The test discussed in the mail
is better I guess.
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Aleksey Gurtovoy wrote:
> > Stefan Slapeta's Intel 8.0 and Rob Lievaart's Mingw/gcc 3.2.3 results
> > are now available in the Boost-wide summary reports:
> > http://www.boost.org/regression-logs/developer/summary.html
> It shows that Boost.Test fails to build at mingw, with this error:
> Z:/regression/boost/libs/test/src/test_tools.cpp: In function `bool
> boost::test_tools::tt_detail::equal_and_continue_impl(const wchar_t*,
> wchar_t*, boost::wrap_stringstream&,
> char>, unsigned int, boost::unit_test::log_level)':
> Z:/regression/boost/libs/test/src/test_tools.cpp:190: `wcscmp' undeclared
> namespace `std'
> Any ideas how to fix this?
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