From: Aleksey Gurtovoy (agurtovoy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-13 04:52:36
Stefan Slapeta writes:
> The assert test in MPL is failing on many compilers. Can you imagine
> what is the reason for that?
Fixed in the CVS already.
> (BTW ... another test with different
> results for VC 7.1 on different machines: one failing, one passing!).
Hmm, this one _is_ a little wierd, since the regression was fixed only a
few hours ago. [Digging into "RudbekAssociates.xml"...] Oh, it looks like
the test hasn't been re-run since 2004-09-07, which explain why it's
passing (everything was well back then; the breaking change to
"boost/mpl/assert.hpp" was committed on "Wed Sep 8 17:47:27 2004 UTC"):
<test-log library="mpl" test-name="assert" test-type="compile" test-program="libs/mpl/test/assert.cpp"
target-directory="bin/boost/libs/mpl/test/assert.test/vc7.1/debug/threading-multi" toolset="vc7.1" show-run-output="false">
<compile result="succeed" timestamp="2004-09-07 04:56:26 UTC">
I don't have an explanation _why_ it hasn't been re-run, though. May be
Victor can shed some light on this.
-- Aleksey Gurtovoy MetaCommunications Engineering
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