Subject: Re: [boost] [1.53] request to merge lockfree (c++11 only)
From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-11-17 07:38:32
>>> >> Since we know the library isn't going to work on any of the currently
>>> >> tested platforms, checking the test results seems pointless. There are
>>> >> a lot of failures, but if they're down to atomic not being ready, then
>>> >> I guess they're acceptable? I'd normally suggest marking up the
>>> >> failing test results in status/explicit-failures-markup.xml, but that
>>> >> might be counter-productive if they could be fixed in atomic. Failures
>>> >> due to boost dependencies are a real pain.
>> > for the mingw/interprocess related failures, i might need some help:
>> > there is a linking failure, but i don't know what to link to.
> I have no idea. Maybe you could request help from Ion.
> There is a test that is failing on all the Windows testers
> spsc_queue_test. Have you an idea of what is going wrong?
have fixed this ... seems that windows doesn't like stack-allocation of
larger objects ...
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