Subject: Re: [boost] Patch bonanza for VS2013 Preview support
From: Lars Viklund (zao_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-07-02 07:43:33
On Tue, Jul 02, 2013 at 12:38:29PM +0200, Mathias Gaunard wrote:
> On 02/07/13 01:35, Lars Viklund wrote:
>> Boost.Signals VS2013 Preview version bump
>> The BOOST_WORKAROUND macros at
>> boost/signals/detail/named_slot_map.hpp:130 and
>> libs/signals/src/named_slot_map.cpp:27 needs to be increased to <= 1800
>> in order to encompass the Visual Studio 2013 Preview compiler.
>> Boost.MPL VS2013 Preview version bump
>> The BOOST_WORKAROUND macros at boost/mpl/assert.hpp lines 37 and 247
>> need to be changed to also consider BOOST_MSVC, == 1800, patch attached.
> I'm not sure fixing these right now is a good idea, since it's just a
> preview version. The final version will also be 1800, and it might
> behave differently.
How about a workaround using the _MSC_FULL_VER of this release then
Note that this isn't like the previous CTPs, it has the go-live blessing
from the vendor that allows its use in production.
In my eyes there's two paths here:
a) do nothing, and both the Preview and the RTM will be broken until at
least the Boost version shipping after RTM is available;
b) implement sufficient fixes for Boost to work with the Preview,
allowing people to find and report issues, and when RTM ships, have a
chance of at least some support in a released Boost version.
Is it really worth some effort saving now to have a multi-month period
at RTM launch where the compiler is utterly unusable?
This is after all one of the top-tier toolchains that Boost aims to
-- Lars Viklund | zao_at_[hidden]
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