From: Daryle Walker (darylew_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-06 19:17:32
On 1/6/06 12:00 PM, "Douglas Gregor" <dgregor_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Boost Regression test failures
> Report time: 2006-01-06T14:16:52Z
> This report lists all regression test failures on release platforms.
> Detailed report:
The version of this page I'm looking at is marked: "Report Time: Fri, 6 Jan
2006 21:16:27 +0000".
> rational_test: gcc-2.95.3-stlport-4.6.2-linux intel-9.0-linux
> intel-win32-9_0 vc-7_1 vc-7_1
Does GCC 2.95.3 have ADL issues? For the GCD and LCM tests, "using
boost::gcd" statements are made and the simple name is used for the actual
calls. Those functions can't be found, but _only_ for the custom type,
which is in an anonymous namespace. No errors are given for the versions of
the test template that use built-in types.
Yesterday's regression report had this entry on its web page point to an
invalid page notice. Today's report doesn't even mention this compiler at
all! Whatever sync/upload problems you have need to be fixed.
I'm seeing the same problems as yesterday, including the printout of the
problem code. Unfortunately, I've radically changed that code, and I see
the changed code in the web-CVS. This test system needs to do a CVS update
_before_ the next test cycle (or clear its caches).
This system is listed twice here, but four times on the web page. The
web page has two different VC 7.1 test systems, with two entries each. The
"Bronek_office" system can't link to the Boost.Unit-Test library. The
"RudbekAssociates" system complains that "operator new" is defined too many
times. This latter problem was brought up in a different thread on this
list, where it was instigated by the Boost.Test library. I think the author
said in that thread that it shouldn't be a problem. (Maybe the first system
has the same problem, but it crapped out before telling us.) In either
case, it seems that VC 7.1 likes the actual rational test code; it just
chokes at the end due to linking problems.
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