Subject: Re: [boost] [context] asm_context_sources breaking regression testing for WinCE
From: Oliver Kowalke (oliver.kowalke_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-12-03 02:41:30
other unsupported platforms like Itanium gracefully fail - your build env
is broken because you build WinCE for x86 but _M_X86 is not defined (but
MSDN describes that it should - see link in my previous post).
Am 03.12.2012 05:24 schrieb "David Deakins" <ddeakins_at_[hidden]>:
> On 12/2/2012 10:10 AM, Oliver Kowalke wrote:
>> The _M_IX86 is not defined.
>> do you compile for ARM vor X86?
>> However, I am actually less concerned about whether or not Boost.Context
>> is functional on WinCE/ARM. What doesn't seem right is that Boost.Context
>> is aborting the entire regression test sequence by generating a run-time
>> error in the jamfilile.
>> the jam file dos not special things, it provides only the alternatives.
>> can specify --without-context in order to exclude context from build.
> This problem is actually occurring as part of the automated trunk
> regression testing, not a local build, so it is slightly more inconvenient
> to specifically exclude this library from the test suite.
> However, I think there is a fairly simple fix to allow the build of
> Boost.Context to fail gracefully in the event that the architecture is
> unsupported. Supplying a default 'fall back' alias for asm_context_sources
> to be used when no other alias matches should keep the Boost.Build file
> from throwing an hard error. Please see the attached patch.
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