Boost Testing :
From: Martin Wille (mw8329_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-19 05:22:47
Martin Wille wrote:
> John Maddock wrote:
>> The problem is still there, actually two problems:
>> unicode_iterator_test is failing at runtime with gcc-2.95.3, but
>> passes when run locally on my machine (I'm fairly sure that the error
>> shown may have been a real issue at some point, but shouldn't be now
> The test binary for unicode_iterator_test/gcc-2.95.3 and the associated
> XML file on my Machine date back to 2004-02-15. Why doesn't it get
> rebuilt when there was a code change to fix the errors? Could this be a
> result of a failure in building some depend code which doesn't cause the
> XML file to get deleted (that's the only idea I have)?
> However, since the
> old binary and the old XML file both exist in my filesystem, the error
> likely is somewhere in the build-system or its testing subsystem.
Looks like the error is in parsing the results. The gcc-2.95.3 column is
white now. This is caused by the tests crashing due to a check in
Boost.Serialization. I uploaded the log to
All gcc 2.95 test results are outdated.