Boost Testing :
From: Paul Baxter (pauljbaxter_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-18 17:00:27
> Martin Wille wrote:
>> as Stephen (and others) reported 5 days ago, some of the mutex tests take
>> unacceptably long to run. (I'm watching an apparently deadlocked
>> read_write_mutex test "run" for several minutes right now; I don't know
>> when it started)
>> Several operating systems are affected (at least Darwin, Solaris, Linux).
> It's actually *a lot* worse than I first thought:
> I manually ran test_read_write_mutex (using the intel-8.1 version of it)
> and found out it takes 50 (yes, fifty!) minutes.
Yep, I was about to report this too. I think it gets built/tested in a
couple of variants... very slow for a full test cycle
I've also got a couple of dialog boxes come up even with --monitored on, but
I understand thats a current 'feature'. Means it all waits for me to come
hit enter so the tests are not easily run overnight.
I'm in the middle of a full test now so hopefully this one will finish
before next week....
BTW bjam doesn't bootstrap build with intel-81 for windows either (but the
base msvc toolset builds it fine)
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