From: AlisdairM (alisdair.meredith_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-05 14:19:53
Arkadiy Vertleyb wrote:
> The current state of Borland emulation is better than I thought --
> have you already committed anything? Since type_emulation and
> template_type_emulation are working, I think the library is already
> usable, since these two, I think, cover 90% of all usage. If you get
> template_int_emulation working, it will be 99%. The rest covers
> rather exotic cases.
Great - I never know what the important cases are on librarieS I can't
use - my goal is simply to get all the green lights <g>
>>> Note that I have some uncommitted patches that visible in the
>>> current results page.
> Do you mean "not visible"?
No, I meant the test results that are visible refer to the un-published
patch. Note that the tests you see also apply to a non-public version
of the compiler, although the current version passes most the same
tests, including the two type cases you mention.
I'll dig it out shortly and post it for comment - it is a pretty
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