Boost Testing :
From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-09-20 13:00:12
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Beman Dawes wrote:
>> For Windows, I've now gotten the bjam timing code to work, and am
>> flowing the elapsed times through to the xml files.
> When you say "bjam timing code" are you talking about changes to bjam C
> code? Or just using the timing rule feature of bjam? I need to know to
> see if I should push the bjam release until next week, or not.
Changes to the C code. I wasn't aware bjam had a timing rule. How does
it work and what does it do?
The C code already had timing code. It was commented out, and there was
no option to expose it to users. So I uncommented it, and added an
option to turn on reporting. It works on Windows, but I haven't tested
the Unix version, and wouldn't be surprised if the Unix version needs
I can send you the changes if you are interested. But please wouldn't
delay any of your work; this was mostly an experiment to see if the
results produced anything interesting.