From: JOAQUIN LOPEZ MU?Z (joaquin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-23 14:58:51
A new regression engine for HP-UX acc has
just entered (FFT-aCC), and the success rate
is surprisingly high, given that:
1. The compiler has made it very late to the
Boost 1.33 scene --some complex new libs, like
Boost.Parameter didn't have previous exposure
to the compiler AFAIK and yet they work
2. Previous versions of aCC were notoriously
buggy --for instance, Dave&Aleksey's MPL book
lists HP aCC 03.55 as a lost case. Now,
+90% of the MPL tests pass!
3. Many many test cases fail for the same single
reason (more on this on a later post), so
the actual sucess rate could be even higher.
So, what's new with aCC 06.00 (I think this is
the version no)? Did they switch to an EDG-based
core or something? Anyone familiar with it?
In any case, kudos to the devteam.
Joaquín M López Muñoz
Telefóinca, Investigación y Desarrollo
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