From: Aleksey Gurtovoy (agurtovoy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-23 02:47:18
Joaquín Mª López Muñoz writes:
> Aleksey Gurtovoy ha escrito:
>> Joaquín Mª López Muñoz writes:
>> > The attached fix makes all tests compile for msvc (not
>> > all run, though) and hopefully also for the other two toolsets
>> > (can't try myself.)
>> Could you please verify that you patch was correctly applied? It looks
>> like things got better with MSVC in terms of compilation, but now
>> "list_inserter" and "list_of" tests fail at run time --
>> http://tinyurl.com/6g499 ("multi_index_container" doesn't fail, but
>> gets terminated by regression tools because apparently it takes more
>> than 5 minutes to run).
> I think the patch is correctly applied. When I submitted it, I reported
> that the tests list_inserter, list_of and multi_index_container would still
> crash at run-time,
Oh, I missed this somehow.
> which is what's happening (more or less):
> * test_list_inserter: behaving as predicted
> * list_of: behaving as predicted (in fact, this test does not depend on the
> patch at all, list_inserter.hpp is not included)
> * multi_index_container: here we have differing results; in my local
> environment, there's no hang up, but a sure crash.
OK. Thorsten, could you tell us what's up with the crashes?
> Now I wonder about the results of test array for msvc-stlport and vc7.
> This test does not depend on the patch I proposed, so its current
> failing on these platforms must be due to something else. Does
> anybody remember whether they used to work in past days?
They were failing before, see
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