Boost Testing :
From: D. Kevin McGrath (dmcgrath_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-11-21 17:48:46
I'm trying to get this running on the sparc platform (solaris 10),
but it's slow going so far. If anyone wants to take this off my
hands, feel free to do so. I've got the the compiler and the OS up
and running, but am having problems getting a usable python install,
which I believe is required for the regression tests, no?
The system I'll be running on is an older Ultra5 system, with the
goal of running regressions once a day. I'll post an update if/when
I get them running.
Unfortunately, I don't have access to the other platforms (linux x86/
x64, solaris x86/x64).
If I do get this up and running, what exactly would be required of
me? If you can lay out the responsibilities, that would be greatly
On Nov 21, 2005, at 1:36 PM, Beman Dawes wrote:
> Sun Studio 11 compiler was released last week. Starting with this
> it is now free, for use with Solaris on either SPARC or x86/x64
> Solaris is also free nowadays.
> Anyone interested in volunteering to start regular testing with this
> compiler/OS combination?
> What is really needed is someone to take this compiler under their
> verify the toolset is working properly, and start feeding Sun
> issues that
> come up. Steve Clamage from the Sun compiler team has volunteered
> to check
> out the issues from Sun's end.
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