From: Doug Gregor (dgregor_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-20 14:37:59
We appreciate that Boost.Random is moving toward TR1 compliance, but
right now are in the middle of a release cycle and we cannot deal with
destabilizing changes. The regression tests from the Random library
went from almost completely green (I think I fixed the last bugs about
2 days ago) to having a large number of failures, which have propagated
to other libraries.
Please revert these changes. You can create a separate branch and
commit the changes there, or wait until we have released 1.33.0 to
1.33.0 Release Manager
On May 19, 2005, at 4:35 PM, Jens Maurer wrote:
> I've checked in changes to the Boost.Random library that add
> constructors and seeding for both
> template<class Generator> and unsigned long
> arguments, thereby moving Boost.Random one step further towards TR1
> The random_test.cpp program now has basic tests for this feature.
> In order to guide overload resolution, I've used boost::enable_if<>
> and type traits to make sure that integral arguments don't
> try to call the "template<class Generator>" overloads. This could
> mean decreased compiler support, sorry.
> It works for me with gcc 3.4.3.
> Jens Maurer
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