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From: Thorsten Ottosen (nesotto_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-12 15:47:00

I'm resending this message since it may have been effectively lost as
a response to an older thread.

This test (ptr_set) is currently failing on a few different platforms
with memory-access violation errors:

Results Page:

Some failures (SunOS, OSF1, there is also Darwin and Intel Win32):

The test succeeds on my Linux machine when run standalone, but with
valgrind --tool=memcheck there are errors detected. Please see the
attached valgrind logfile.

I can't easily deduce what the error should be from that file. Unfortunately I
don't have any of the failing compilers.

Could the problem be related to dynamic cast and not enabling RTTI in the

The intel compiler says:

Running 1 test case...
unknown location(0): fatal error in "test_set": std::bad_typeid: Access
violation - no RTTI data!

or is the compiler trying to say that it has seen a null pointer
("location(0)") ?


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