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From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-05 13:12:08

Vladimir Prus wrote:

> No, because it's not bjam thing. The Boost.Build testsuite does
> include test/ test that tests that non-zero
> return from a program is detected. It worked on windows a couple
> of weeks ago, and nothing was changed in that department since
> then. Can you reproduce this problem using a minimal testcase --
> preferrably not using any of boost.serialization, or any non-standard
> assert functionality?

Hmmm - I would be happy to do this with something like:

#include <cassert>
int main(int argc, char * argv[]){

I thought it would be easy to name it assert-fail.cpp add to the directory
which contains

compile-fail.cpp etc.

and add assert-fail to the Jamfile.v2 and rerun the test.

But I found no such Jamfile.v2. So I'm not sure what to do with this. It's
at all clear to me how Boost.Build (as used for boost testing) is beiing
tested aside from just running it on the trunk all the time.

Robert Ramey

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