Subject: Re: [boost] [Boost.Serialization] Crash in current master (1.68)
From: Robert (r.firl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-07-02 19:03:49
On 7/2/2018 12:10 PM, degski via Boost wrote:
> On 2 July 2018 at 19:54, Robert via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> Some of the team have updated to 15.7.4. Because of my using the older
>> Microsoft version ...
> You can install the preview side-by-side with the stable version, you'd
> have BOBW (another advice from STL).
Yeah, I am not too excited about that on my primary desktop. I might
install the preview on a VM though. Presently, the team continues to
find newly released "features" that break stuff. Hence, my now four
decades (and growing) distrust...
> This may not be known to news group members here. But, the Windows Intel
>> C++ compiler is heavily dependent on the Microsoft supplied standard
>> library header files (e.g. from 2015: https://software.intel.com/en-
> You said it, it's a compiler, not an implementation of a STL.
>> Similarly, in a Mac oriented post, there is a dependency on the gcc header
>> files (e.g. from 2013: https://software.intel.com/en-
> Luckily I know nothing about Mac (in the same category as fuckbook.com,
> twitter (I don't own a phone) and smartphones in general (fat fingers, but
> my wife keeps asking me to debug her bloody Android phone, shit)).
>> I have already submitted an issue with Intel that the Visual Studio 15.7.4
>> headers cause Intel 18.0, Update 3 to produce thousands of spurious errors
>> on the std::variant.
> Yeah, I know from experience that they are very slow in reacting (if they
> react at all, which is usually not the case). F.e. the way they detect the
> compiler in tbb/mkl does not work with Clang/LLVM on windows, because they
> do the detection (if it should work) in the wrong order (they should check
> for VC first and Clang later, can't go wrong on linux/Mac), seems pretty
> simple, I filed it, but it is still as it used to be.
I have them fixing a couple other items too. As far as speedily
resolving something, that all depends on what the Intel group determines
is important. Tea leaf interpretation or flipping a coin 50 times, is
about the same prediction accuracy. :)
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