From: Aleksey Gurtovoy (agurtovoy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-23 12:10:25
David Abrahams <dave_at_[hidden]> writes:
> Now that I look at explicit-failures-markup.xml, I'm reconsidering.
> Aleksey checked in an "expected failure" mark for each and every test
> with intel-7.1-linux and intel-8.0-linux.
Not quite, only the tests that were exposing the "supposed linking
> The note says:
> The library is <a
> to work</a> in this configuration. The failures are
> due to configuration issues of the particular testing
> environment these tests have been run in. The
> regression runners and library developers are aware of
> the problem and plan to fix it for the next release.
> I don't know which developers Aleksey meant when he said they are
> "aware of the problem and plan to fix it for the next release,"
I specifically worded it as "regression runners and library
developers" -- in the post referenced in the note Ralf indicates that
in his experience Intel 8.0 requires special setup which might have
been all that was needed to fix this -- but I meant Martin and you.
> but I think we need to determine what those failures were and what
> the planned fixes were to be, and almost certainly we need to get
> this markup out of the XML file, because it's just masking problems.
No objections from me; it _was_ meant as a temporary markup for the
current (at the moment) release cycle only.
-- Aleksey Gurtovoy MetaCommunications Engineering
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