Boost Testing :
From: Martin Wille (mw8329_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-28 06:46:39
David Abrahams wrote
> The following message is a courtesy copy of an article
> that has been posted to gmane.comp.lib.boost.testing as well.
CC-ing me for messages that get sent to boost-testing doesn't help.
Those messages get put into the INBOX together with spam. We're lucky I
spotted your messages between the junk.
> Martin, regardless of your discomfort, could we please follow my
> amended version of Nicola's suggested procedure, detailed below? We
> still obviously have some problems on your machines, as
> shows. I don't see how we have the slightest hope of clearing these
> problems on your machines unless I can see the actual commands used to
> invoke, and the errors reported by, the run.
It's the again wrong Python binary that got used to run the test; this
is the log snippet for gcc-3.4.5/extract_test:
/bin/sh: line 6: 5777 Segmentation fault /usr/bin/python2.3
The system's Python got chosen instead of the installation configured in
using gcc : 3.4.5_linux : /usr/local/gcc-3.4.5/bin/g++wrap
--limit-memory=600 --limit-cpu=1800 : <root>/usr/local/gcc-3.4.5
using python : 2.4 : /usr/local/python/2.4/gcc-3.4.4 : : : <toolset>gcc
regression.py invokes bjam like:
bjam toolset1 toolset2
Ideally, you could grant
> me temporary access to the actual systems running the tests so I could
> try to reproduce the problems there.
Sorry, not possible. Yes, it would be ideal. I'm still trying to get
hardware that I could dedicate to testing Boost. (This would not only
allow for shared access, it also would solve any bandwidth problems)
Failing that, I have an account
> with nearly every major IM system and we could set up a chat session
> to handle this.
I'm on IRC in EFnet/#boost and in freenode/#boost (there's a relay
between those two, anyway). Unfortunately, I can't promise to be there
at any specific time.
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