Subject: Re: [boost] [VC++ 14.0 preview] New failures in develop regression tests
From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-11-17 13:40:13
On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 12:24 PM, Stephan T. Lavavej <
> [Beman Dawes]
> > If it is a Microsoft problem, consider submitting a bug report and
> > a notice on the Boost list so that other developers are aware of the
> > problem. Also post a link to the bug report on
> > Knowing the Microsoft Connect URL for the bug report lets other boosters
> > vote the importance of the issue. This is known to have at least some
> > influence on the priority given the bug report, and that means faster
> > for the bugs boosters care about.
> It would also be a good idea to mention Boost in the title. I can bring
> especially important bugs to the compiler team's attention.
> [Rene Rivera]
> > Not sure if it's a Microsoft problem or not.. But the compiler version
> > reported is 13.0.22310. Is that correct for what they are calling v14?
> 2015's product version is 14 (skipping 13) and its compiler version is 19
> (incrementing normally).
Can you reproduce this manually?
I can't, since I don't personally have VS (or a Windows machine that is
recent enough to install it).
> I can report this if you can tell me which command prompt (e.g. x64
> native) plus a self-contained test case (e.g. inspecting _MSC_FULL_VER)
> mentions "13".
It uses _MSC_VER for the major and minor numbers <
Did "_MSC_VER" stop being incremented?
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