From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-14 03:43:39
Vladimir Prus wrote:
>On Tuesday 14 February 2006 01:06, Reece Dunn wrote:
> > 1. I get an error about zlib/bzip2 for the iostreams library (the patch
> > 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
> > issue.
>The patch is in CVS already.
Picked it up last night :). Also, running the tests last night, the
serialization tests were unable to find boost_wserialization.dll, so I will
try again with your patch on the main V2/1.34 thread and rerun the tests.
>Can you send me the .diff file?
I uploaded it to the TestingOnBoost page like Alexey. NOTE: I didn't post
the actual V2 results.
>I've also fixed some issues recently, so maybe
>you could rerun the tests? BTW, if you have problems with CVS access, you
>I don't know how often it's updated, but seems like changes appear there
>within hour from the time when they are comitted.
CVS access is usually good, but I'm using anonymous access, so that is
usually 3 hours behind IIRC.
> > I will now try and run daily V1/V2 regressions :).
> > I can also try this for CodeWarrior, intel and borland compilers and
> > 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.
In that case, I could rotate once msvc is stable :).
BTW: Is it possible to generate the split results like in the metacomm
regressions, that way I could put the results on my website, and is it also
possible to combine the V1 and V2 results like metacomm do so we could have
side-by-side results as well as the diff.
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