Boost Testing :
From: Caleb Epstein (caleb.epstein_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-06-22 13:27:04
For various reasons including an impending disk space quota, I need to
permanently discontinue the Boost regression tests I'm running for
5.8/SPARC. This is, unfortunately, one of the release target platforms.
These tests can continue for a couple of more days, but I will need to stop
them completely by the end of next week (June 30).
On the plus side of the ledger, I have a machine running SunOS 5.10/x86 +
gcc-4.1.1 on which I can (and have) start running the regression tests to
pick up some of the slack. The results are all-green right now except for
two MPL tests:
* apply.cpp produces an ICE on gcc 4.1.x and has been reported to the gcc
* multiset.cpp is failing on several platforms, so I think this is not a
specific SunOS problem (*http://tinyurl.com/r4p6j)*
So, would there be any objections to me marking the
gcc-4.1.1_sunos_i86pctoolset as "required" and removing
gcc-3.4.3_sunos from explicit-failures-markup.xml?
Is there anyone who can pick up the SunOS/SPARC + gcc testing? Perhaps Doug
-- Caleb Epstein