Boost Interest :
From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-29 10:18:26
Beman Dawes wrote:
> Before inventing something new, why not ask the Boost.Build folks how
> they suppress unwanted pop ups during Boost regression tests. They went
> through the exact same sequence you are now repeating; first a lot of
> popups occurred, then a few, then a few that closed automatically after
> some time, and finally none at all. That's regardless of whether the
> test involved is running under Boost.Test or not.
Excellent point, but I assumed that Troy had already investigated that
code since the suggestion has already been made in this thread. I have
the impression that because of the way CMake launches build commands,
the BB technique doesn't work all by itself(?)
> Also, are you aware Boost.Test already has the equivalent of
> "lightweight_test"? See trunk\boost\test\minimal.hpp.
Is that really equivalent? IIUC, at the very least, minimal.hpp still
defines your main() for you.
> If minimal.hpp is
> missing something, shouldn't the missing feature be added there rather
> inventing a whole new kind of lightweight test?
I wasn't proposing an additional kind of test; I was proposing a
facility one could #include in a TU that would suppress error dialogs on
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