From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-29 11:34:39
I'm currently changing the shared_ptr serialization to address the recent
changes in the shared_ptr implementation and re-implement in a manner that
has been discussed elsewhere on this list. This will fix all the shared_ptr
serialization test failures. I presume this falls under the heading of "bug
fix" even though its really significant development work?
Douglas Gregor wrote:
> At midnight tonight (Friday) the main trunk/CVS HEAD is feature-frozen
> and only bug fixes may be committed. New features should go on a
> separate development branch.
> We have > 700 regressions and > 3000 failures showing up in the
> regression tests. Library authors, please review the regression test
> summaries for your libraries and start fixing bugs. If there are bugs
> that cannot be fixed for release (due to broken compilers, the need
> huge changes to the library, etc.), mark them as expected failures or
> mark the library as "unusable" in status/explicit-failures-markup.xml.
> I've updated the list of primary platforms for this release, which
> includes all newer versions of GCC, CodeWarrior, Visual C++, and Intel
> compilers. If all bugs can't be fixed, focus on the compilers in the
> "Release View" in the regression tests.
> Let's fix those bugs!
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