From: Fernando Cacciola (fernando_cacciola_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-05 10:21:34
> I took Thomas' email to mean the decision was Fernando's,
> and it would be him (Fernando) who would commit.
Indeed. I will commit sometime within the next hour.
> I don't have strong opinions on whether we revert or apply
> my patch. Reverting will definitely break precompiled
> headers involving <boost/none.hpp> on VC7.1 and Borland; my
> patch contains Steven Watanabe's attempt to solve this
> (which I haven't been able to verify as I don't have access
> to either affected platform, though it compiles and passes
> its tests on other systems), and includes a test case for
> the original regression, but it could introduce a regression
> on some other platforms.
> If Fernando thinks it's safest to simply revert, that's
> absolutely fine by me.
I don't have access to those compiler either, so there is some
uncertainty in the patch, even if not w.r.t to regressions.
So given that I can't test if it really works (in terms of making PCHs
happy), I rather just revert.
But of course I will apply it, along with the test case, in HEAD, for 1.35.
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