From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-23 11:44:58
Stefan Seefeld wrote:
> Beman Dawes wrote:
>> Looking at the regression test results, I'd like to call attention to
>> these failures:
>> python: import_ on many platforms
>> These are particularly worrisome from the release management standpoint
>> because they affect many platforms and because I'm not seeing any
>> attempts to fix or markup by their developers.
> I have written the above import_ test (as well as the features tested
> therein) prior to the 1.34 release, and made sure the test passes
> everywhere. I have not touched the code since then.
> I have no idea what causes the current failures. (It's quite likely some
> runtime setting, such as controlled by the build system executing the
> However, I see a *lot* of changesets that are non-local by nature, such
> as modifications to the build system
Like, ehm, what? Revision numbers please. The only change I see
is Rene's change to make things not fail hard if you don't have
python configured. All the other changes in tools/build/v2 are
either documentation fixes, or fixes in Boost.Build tests, or
extra debug prints.
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