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From: Brian Kuhl (kuhlenough_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-01-27 02:25:38

Hi John,
I'd like to get VxWorks results up there eventually. At Wind River we've
been shipping Boost for a couple years now with VxWorks. So we are doing
nightly compiling with ARM/clang, PowerPC/gcc and hope to add a
RISC-V/clang reference board at some point.

We've also released some SDKs under a non-commercial license . So getting the build support upstreamed would
allow academic users to use any version of Boost with the SDKs.

I've gotten stalled a couple times submitting patches to build, mostly
because I'm still not a jam expert. But I hope to get back to it sometime
this year.
Once the public version of Boost has up to date build support, I've already
worked out how to run the test harness with QEMU.

Brian Kuhl

On Sat, 23 Jan 2021 at 06:21, John Maddock via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]>

> I have no solution for this, but I note that neither do we have CI, nor
> tests on
> that aren't Intel x86. The compiler list has shrunk to msvc/clang/gcc
> as well.
> I note that at least in theory, other platforms/architectures could be
> integrated into Drone CI (either the CppAlliance one, or our own), but
> someone would have to offer to host the clients running the tests.
> Any thoughts/solutions?
> Cheers, John.
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