From: Thomas Witt (witt_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-28 19:08:31
Jim Douglas wrote:
> Jim Douglas wrote:
>> I guess now is the time to formally request that QNX6 (AKA QNX Neutrino)
>> be adopted as a supported platform for version 1.34.
> Am I to take it that a lack of objection implies acceptance?
> Just to expand -
> * The relevant qcc-*-tools.jam files are already in HEAD for BBv1
> * I am working on a qcc.jam file for BBv2
> * I have been running nightly QNX regression tests since before the
> release of version 1.33.1 and I am in the process of setting up a
> dedicated test machine so that I can run both HEAD and development
> branch tests every 24 hours.
> * Boost.config recognises QNX 6/Neutrino.
> * Most of the code now has QNX6 conditional fixes where necessary.
> * There remains a handful of test failures where we still have to
> identify the cause, but that can be achieved before the release of 1.34.
> * I will prepare a QNX page and a qcc tools page for the website.
> * I will prepare a list of known test failures for
> * Someone else needs to add the appropriate links from the relevant
> pages to my new pages.
> I am acting as the main point of contact but there are other interested
> parties contributing as well. Given that I do not have CVS access I need
> to know who to contact for the website and test failure material.
> So is it welcome aboard, or don't ring us - we'll ring you?
Sorry for not responding earlier (I was googeling QNX ;-)), but it
certainly is welcome aboard. Your efforts in supporting boost on QNX are
very much appreciated.
As far as the gcc 2.95.3 support goes see Doug's post.
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