Subject: Re: [boost] The problems with Boost development
From: Michael Caisse (boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-03-24 12:47:10
Robert Ramey wrote:
> For THIS I use library_test (.sh or bat) to update my giant test results
> table. I can't imagine doing this by running bjam for each combination
> of compiler, and build variant.
> To my mind, there is no feature of this procedure that I think I can
> do without. I can't see how anyone can do this kind of work without
> these components:
> * IDE to build, test and debug particular tests (I would guess EMACS
> fullfills this need)
> * The ability to run a large number of tests in one's local environment and
> the browsing of results.
> How do people do this later task without something like library_test? What
> other people do instead?
I think many of us run all tests within emacs using boost build and look
at the results via the method described by Dave.
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