Subject: Re: [boost] Coming up on 1.57 release date - get your fixes in
From: Edward Diener (eldiener_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-10-29 23:06:00
On 10/29/2014 10:50 AM, Marshall Clow wrote:
> Well be closing the master branch tomorrow (Thursday) for the 1.57.0 release.
> Changes not in by then will not go into the release.
> Also, what issues in the beta have not been addressed?
>> Visual C++ 14 CTP 4 without BOOST_MSVC_ENABLE_2014_JUN_CTP: all libraries
>> built successfully (but some are not usable, mostly because of missing
>> All projects using Boost I tried (Debug 32-bit + 64-bit) compiled
>> successfully with MSVC12. For MSVC14, TypeTraits 9de6a49 is missing in
> I believe that these have been merged.
>> Interprocess is broken for MinGW and there are some issues with Intrusive in GCC. I've committed fixes for both.
> I believe that this has been merged.
> Thread fixes have been merged.
> I do not know if the patches described in http://lists.boost.org/Archives/boost/2014/10/217257.php have been merged.
>> range/detail/any_iterator.hpp is broken because it expects
>> postfix_increment_proxy and writable_postfix_increment_proxy to be in
>> namespace boost::detail, but they are in boost::iterators::detail now.
> This does NOT appear to have been fixed
>> boost serialization is still broken(said so: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lib.boost.user/82715 ) and to date i do know no workaround to get my library to work on fx Arch Linux without telling users to rebuild with boost 1.55 (or sending them a saved package from my system )
> I do not know what the status of this is; but there have been no commits to range/master in October.
> Just this morning we received a report of Boost.PP failing on VS 2013.
It is not failing. It is just giving a warning.
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