Subject: Re: [boost] Issues with intel's compiler and newer builds of GCC
From: Bryce Lelbach (admin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-10-20 11:04:52
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On Wed, 20 Oct 2010 09:37:01 +0100
John Maddock <boost.regex_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > If the build bots aren't using v4.5 of GNU's standard library, then I'm at
> > a loss
> > as to why Serialization is failing to build on them. My only other thought
> > is that
> > the timeout for the build cycle is too low - the failures indicate that
> > the error
> > is a timeout after 300 seconds.
> I see what you mean... not very helpful!
> The best you can do is contact the test runner for more info.
How do I do this?
This is now a problem for the MSVC-7.1 test, too. It, too, times out. The logs from
the build machine have warnings. These warnings are identical to ones that I get
with MSVC-7.1 when building Serialization (rather, the warnings shown on the build
logs are a subset of the warnings I get, the logs seem to cut off after a certain
amount of warnings, e.g. 65k). Building Serialization with MSVC-7.1 passes all
tests on my machine and builds all examples, without any trouble.
I'm sure the argument could be made that five minutes (300 seconds) is more than
reasonable, and the XML grammar for Serialization could definately be refactored
(it's structure is nearly identical to the old Spirit.Classic grammar; I didn't
want to get fancy). However, the grammar works, and I'd really like to not have
false negatives from the build machines. This is, to my knowledge, the first
component of Boost that uses Spirit 2.x (Hartmut/Joel please correct me if I am
wrong. Wave uses Spirit Classic, I believe). The Spirit 2.x examples aren't
compiled by the tests, so I am assuming that this is the first time the build bots
have compiled larger Spirit 2.x parsers.
The compile times for MSVC 10, GCC and clang are all far more reasonable than
Intel and MSVC 7.1 on my machines.
Bryce Lelbach aka wash
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