Boost Testing :
From: Stefan Slapeta (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-15 15:18:17
Sean Huang wrote:
> Isn't this a bit too fragile?
yes and no. if the names are too long to represent a 'common' directory
structure for the tests, it may be allowed to shorten them a little bit.
There will always be a length that breaks the compiler so you can't test
> I do not mind trying this but would like to ask for an alternative
> solution - can we separate the symbols from the executable and save it in a
> pdb file? I imagine it should be fairly easy to do in bjam. That's what we
> have been doing for a few years and never run into any problem.
> Let me know if it is possible to try this first.
In bbv1, we turned off the debug symbol for several tests that didn't
link otherwise. I remember, one was in boost.graph and the other in
spirit. I didn't verify if this has been translated to bbv2.
Of course, this would be an alternative solution!