Boost Testing :
From: Nicola Musatti (nicola.musatti_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-03 04:11:01
K. Noel Belcourt <kbelco <at> sandia.gov> writes:
> I've noticed that the Pgi compiler generates very long error messages
> (some in excess of 500k bytes). Diagnostics this long cause
> process_jam_log to hang or get killed with a stack overflow message
> (probably caused by recursion in the split function).
> I'd like to propose we only process the first 8k bytes of an error
> message and throw away the rest. Truncating the line length gets the
> Pgi test results reporting working reliably. I've attached a simple
> patch to process_jam_log.cpp that I'd like to apply if there's no
> objections. If people prefer, we could use a 16k limit instead of 8k.
Gasp! I had forgotten that I actually promised to look into this very problem!
As you can see from this thread:
Beman himself appears to support the approach you suggest.
Thanks for actually tackling this issue.