Subject: Re: [boost] RE [filesystem] Version 3 request for comments
Date: 2009-04-12 12:14:48
> > Have you now merged it to the trunk?
> No, and I won't merge it to trunk until code breakage is reduced.
> > nearly all tests now fail for cygwin.
> > I will try to run the tests with cygwin 1.7 to see if it is better.
> I'm really hoping Cygwin will add wide string support soon. The
> stumbling block was Newlib, and the critical and difficult fixes have
> now been merged into the Newlib trunk. IFAIK, the only remaining task
> is for Cygwin's stdlib++ configuration to enable wide strings.
> You might query the Cygwin mailing list to inquire about progress, and
> report back if they have any time estimate when wide string support
> might actually ship.
It appears that it is now not possible anymore to run the regression tests on cygwin (I think that the definition of BOOST_FILESYSTEM_NARROW_ONLY has changed when building process_jam_log) and as I
have been said that running the tests on USB FAT32 disk is not a good idea, I have stopped running them; I have not enough space on my internal hard disk (maybe this could change later). I wanted to
run the tests with beta version of cygwin 1.7 which says it has wide char support but I coudn't...
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