Boost Testing :
From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-11 14:38:22
At Monday 2005-04-11 00:27, Victor A. Wagner Jr. wrote:
>At Sunday 2005-04-10 10:02, Victor A. Wagner Jr. wrote:
>>At Sunday 2005-04-10 02:33, you wrote:
>>>Victor: are you able to check to see if the XML uploaded matched what
>>>you expected for the range test program failures (your current results
>>>show them as passing today, so I'm assuming that the source has been
>>>fixed, making the issue disappear for now).
>>Oh, I waited about 18 hours (3 runs) then fixed the file myself. I can't
>>wait around for some developer to fix something when I'm _using_ the
>>current boost in real live programs (that's how I found the problem to
>>start with, by current project quit compiling.
>>I posted a notice (and in boost developers) here that I'd arbitrarily
>>removed a "fix" from a file that had broken both of the compilers I test.
>>If I were _certain_ how to modify only MY sandbox and run the tests, I
>>could probably get to it later today (or overnight --- west coast USA time).
>ok, I happened to be awake when this regression run started and right
>after it had copies all the files to the install directory, I manually
>edited range\config.hpp and switched the comment chars (//) from the "new"
>line to the "old" line.
>let's see what shows up in a couple hours.
>I should be awake before the next run completes, so I should be able to
>"save" the current uploads.
OK, nothing shows on the summary page, and I renamed the uploaded files to
ftp://rudbek.com/pub/boost to the uninspired names of save.........
hopefully you guys will find out why we're not finding the problems.
unfortunately there aren't any errors in the log file...I'm trying to find
out what _I_ do differently in using boost::array than the tests (and you
can be sure I'll add a test when I do).
there are many files which appear to use the range headers which aren't
compiling that far because of some missing ziplib.h or bziplib.h
files.... perhaps it was in that area that the problems existed the other day.
>>>Just throwing ideas around in the hope that it clicks with someone...
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