From: Martin Wille (mw8329_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-02-24 17:37:57
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> your last run has a bunch of failures caused
> by errors in Boost.Test as shown here:
> Probably, somebody checked in something that broke
> Boost.Test on this specific compiler.
The recent test cycle took rather long. That usually indicates a change
to a core component. ("core" includes "Boost.Test", in this case).
> Other ideas are:
> 1. There's some hardware issue, like flaky RAM. But the
> error is the same everywhere.
The "but" part doesn't contradict the flaky-RAM assumption, actually.
> 2. There was some cvs conflict on update, but only one
> toolset if affected.
> Can you probably do this:
> 1. Manually try building Boost.Test for gcc-3.3.6 to
> verify it's not a sporadic error.
I reran the tests for the all toolsets right after I saw the results.
Results should show up with the next table update.
> 2. Try to backdate CVS a few days and see if that helps.
That's a bad idea. Rerunning the tests under that condition would take
several days. Switching back to the head revision of the RC branch would
then take another couple of days.
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