From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-15 01:06:43
Actually, Borland tests pretty well - all tests pass except for test_array
an one the demos which employ arrays.
In addition there is one more test that fails - I forget which. The test
matrix for borland serialization looks quite healthy to me.
This is much, much, better than msvc 6.x and 7.0.
xml_archives use spirit. If you want to use xml archives with borland you
a) download a copy of spirit 1.6x
b) set an environmental variable SPIRIT_ROOT=<your spirit 1.6 directory
c) tweak your Build Jamfile to include SPIRT_ROOT before your other include
paths for borland (and a couple of others as well)
I believe this is described in the serialization document. Also the
serialization Jamfile illustrates this.
Jeff Garland wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 17:33:04 +0000, Russell Hind wrote
>> A while back, I posted a bug with bcc32 and date_time serialization.
>> I believe it was mentioned that the regression tests weren't run
>> for serialization stuff of date_time objects, so the errors weren't
>> detected. Will these issues be looked in to before the 1.33.0
>> The original thread is:
> Ok -- added to the 1.33 todo list -- although 5.6.4 looks a bit shaky
> from a serialization lib point of view. A bunch of the archive tests
> are marked as failing. Anyway, we will turn on the regression tests
> soon. Of course there's some date_time limits as well w.r.t. output
> on 5.6.4.
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