From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-18 16:10:32
> > knowing at least one problem with boost 1.34.0 and gcc-4.2, which was
> > released a few days ago, (http://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/ticket/779)
> > i'd propose to do a full regression test with gcc-4.2 before releasing
> > 1.34.1 ...
> FWIW, it *is* being tested against gcc 4.2 already. It just takes some
> time until the results actually get displayed.
i see ... i just saw, that gcc-4.2 was misssing on the regression
> Note, however, that gcc 4.2 is not a target compiler for the release;
> it's unlikely that anyone would agree to significant code changes in
> order to fix any problems that might be related to gcc 4.2.
> Consequently, I expect the gcc 4.2 test results only to be of
> informational value.
well, i have no idea about the release procedure of boost, but if bugs
are known and not hard to fix, i don't see any reason, why they
shouldn't be fixed for the 1.34.1 release ...
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