From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-14 03:22:15
On Tuesday 14 February 2006 01:06, Reece Dunn wrote:
> 1. I get an error about zlib/bzip2 for the iostreams library (the patch I
> provided previously fixes this issue);
> 2. If you don't configure python, bjam/bbv2 fails saying it can't find
> boost_python after warning that python support is disabled;
I'll take a look on those.
> 3. I get the same error that Alexey got - applying his patch fixed this
The patch is in CVS already.
> After that, things appear to have been built and I get a log for v2 and v1.
> So far, so good. I performed:
> cp boost_v1.html boost_v1_aux.html
> perl -pi -e 's/boost_v1_links/boost_v2_links/' boost_v1_aux.html
> perl -pi -e 's/vc-7_1/msvc-7.1/' boost_v1_aux.html
> diff -u boost_v1_aux.html boost_v2.html > boost.diff
> on the resulting files.
Can you send me the .diff file? I've also fixed some issues recently, so maybe
you could rerun the tests? BTW, if you have problems with CVS access, you can
I don't know how often it's updated, but seems like changes appear there
within hour from the time when they are comitted.
> I will now try and run daily V1/V2 regressions :).
> I can also try this for CodeWarrior, intel and borland compilers and even
> msvc-6.5 (spacetime permitting :)).
I think that would be great, and probably, due to feature freeze, we don't
need to run them all at the same time. Let's get mscv into shape and then
we'll handle other toolsets.
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