From: Jens Seidel (jensseidel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-09 10:39:03
On Fri, Feb 08, 2008 at 07:24:21PM +0200, John Torjo wrote:
> Jens Seidel wrote:
> > John, please try to test your code before you commit. There are even some
> I always do that - unfortunately MSVC did not complain. gcc did not
> complain either. I've just added -W -Wall so that I catch all these
> "cool" warnings.
OK, but you probably test not all files. Have you tried my simple
boost_check script or did you wrote a own script to test *all* files?
It's hard for me to believe that you can use wrong namespaces, include
non-existing files, ... Maybe the compiler will indeed not complain if
the code is not instanciated, don't know.
PS: How about a mini Linux system in a virtual environment? There are
much more possibilities to create such an environment in Linux (chroot,
UML, qemu, xen, bochs, and many many more) but there should be a
solution also for your system.
PS2: Whouldn't it a good idea if Boost could allow developer access to
a Linux server? I strongly assume that e.g. the web pages are self hosted on
a Open Source platform.
> p.s. sorry about syslog - did not test it since I don't have linux.
No problem. It is really great that you nevertheless support it.
> Here's the latest compilation:
> Compiler: gcc 4.1
> Building Makefile:
> Executing make...
> make.exe -f
> g++.exe -c main.cpp -o main.o -I".." -I"D:/boosts/boost_1_33_1"
> -I"C:/mingw/include/c++/4.1.2/backward" -I"C:/mingw/include/c++/4.1.2"
> -I"C:/mingw/include/c++" -I"C:/mingw/include" -I"." -I"../../../.."
> -W -Wall
Mmh, I assume it is jam stuff which I never used myself. I wonder about
shouldn't it be in the default compiler search path?
Maybe you should also add -pedantic (and -Wno-long-long if it complains
about long long?).
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