From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-14 20:40:07
Jeff Garland wrote:
> Beman Dawes wrote:
>> Jens Seidel wrote:
>>> I noticed that status/explicit-failures-markup.xml seems to contain some
>>> errors. I really wonder e.g. about "These compilers are unfortunately
>>> able to correctly compile". It looks like there is a "not" missing in
>>> this sentence (multiple times!).
>> Subversion "blame" pinpoints Jeff Garland as the guilty party:-)
> I haven't modified the markup since it's been moved to subversion....so I'm
> going to proclaim innocence.
This isn't a new problem. It has existed since rev 29888. The wording says:
> These compilers are unfortunately able to correctly compile the
> new format-based input-output code for date time. Suitable, but
> less flexible, alternatives are available on these compilers.
What Jens is suggesting is that the comment (which is repeated multiple
times) should read something like:
These compilers are unfortunately *not* able to correctly compile the
new format-based input-output code for date time. Suitable, but
less flexible, alternatives are available on these compilers.
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