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From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-28 01:43:21

Boris Gubenko wrote:

> Since St. Patrick's Day Sat, 17 Mar 2007, HP-UX is all green :-)
> However, as comment.html indicates, I'm running tests with patched
> acc.jam and python/data_members.hpp (I'm also running tests with two
> patched RW headers which will be shipped with aC++ 06.15, available
> now upon request).
> . acc.jam has hard-coded "-mt" removed from the compile and link commands.
> I did not write this jamfile, I "inherited" it and I don't know why it
> was coded this way instead on relying on <threading>multi.
> . python/data_members.hpp has a patch which allows python library test
> data_members to compile with aCC6 in a default compilation mode. The
> patch was submitted, but was not reviewed, nor applied, and I don't
> expect it to be processed in 1.34 timeframe.
> I'd like to modify acc.jam in 1.34 and I'd like to make some tests
> expected failures in 1.34 for "acc" toolset, in particular:
> . python/data_members - compiles only in strict ansi mode
> . mpl/copy - the compiler runs out of memory
> . format/format_test2,3 - fail because of the bug in RW library (these
> tests are known failures for Tru64 with cxx
> V6.5)
> Can I commit modified acc.jam to 1.34 and make changes above in markup
> file for 1.34?
> If the answer is "yes", is
> cvs commit -c -r RC_1_34_0 -m "some comment" file

I don't know what's -c is. I'd do:

        cvs up -r RC_1_34_0 file
        emacs whatever.ChangeLog
        cvs ci -F whatever.ChangeLog file

- Volodya

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