Boost logo

Boost Testing :

From: Paul Baxter (pauljbaxter_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-03 03:36:57

Jeff Garland wrote:
> On Mon, 2 May 2005 00:41:03 +0100, Paul Baxter wrote
>> I cannot run the tests very often or regularly. I wouldn't consider
>> myself a 'regression tester' though I am interested in the state of
>> Boost on Windows and Linux using icc and had hoped to give a little
>> back when possible.
> Given that sslapeta is running intel-win32-8_1, I'd be interested in
> knowing
> if you have the same versions or different. Maybe if you are going to run
> at
> a low frequency you could make sure to do something unique like running in
> release mode instead of debug. This would add another dimension even
> though
> it is low frequency that otherwise wouldn't get covered.

Just updated from icc v8.1.025 to latest 8.1.027 for win32
Configured as a release regression test

filter_iterator_test core dumps - send to Microsoft etc.
random_test has to be manually halted (or takes > 1hr to run on a 3.2 P4)

If I can help others in diagnosing this, let me know.

PS On previous debug test I was still getting the memory leaks as I
previously reported. Were there changes to the string libs and some mods to
threading and its relation to boost.test (other than the speed issue) that
should have improved the situation.

Boost-testing list run by mbergal at