Subject: Re: [boost] [build] Headers rule does both too much and too little
From: John Maddock (boost.regex_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-02-20 08:33:43
> Windows runners: Here each runner has its own repo, so nothing was
> being copied in. It seemed that there was the same problem, headers
> that should have been re-generated weren't being re-generated. To try
> to force the re-generation, I added a line to my script to delete the
> headers before starting each run. This caused immediate failures
> everywhere (on teeks99-01...which is where I tried this first).
> Apparently, since I first generated them the code had changed over to
> using junctions, which weren't working for some reason with the test
> code. As of yesterday, things were looking better, (someone fixed the
> junction problem?) so I pushed this fix out to my 2nd windows machine
> (teeks99-02). However, this morning, I see that -01 is failing again
> with the same problem, so I expect to see that spread to -02 soon.
Tom, I wonder if I can get you to investigate:
It's one of a large number of Boost.Math tests that's failing on the
teeks machines, but not the others, nor can any of us reproduce locally.
Many thanks, John.
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