From: João Abecasis (jpabecasis_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-05 06:52:15
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> On Sunday 16 April 2006 14:06, João Abecasis wrote:
>> João Abecasis wrote:
>>> + echo " *** JABX *** Skipping next on " $(e) ;
>> Oops.. Looks like I forgot a debugging statement in there. Anyway, an
>> updated patch is attached to this message.
> Hi João,
> this patch looks good. I believe you've a CVS write access, so please go ahead
> and commit this patch.
Thanks for reviewing the patch. It is now in CVS-HEAD. Any other branch
it should be applied to?
> BTW, it would be good if you run Boost.Build regression tests before checkin,
> by going to 'test' and running 'python test_all.py
> some-toolset-you-have-configure'. If you're out of time, just let me know
> when you checking this patch and I'll re-run tests locally.
I tried running Boost.Build regressions both with and without my patch,
but I got lots of failures. The failures are the same, whether or not my
patch is applied, so I checked it in anyway. I suppose it could be some
missing configuration, but I didn't delve too deep into this. I'll post
on this later.
I looked some more... I get failures with the system installed gcc-4.1
and gcc-3.2 (this is mostly standard Fedora Core 5 install) and with
intel-9.0. Vanilla gcc-4.1.0 and gcc-4.0.3 pass all tests. I'll look
some more into the failures later.
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