Boost Testing :
From: Paul C. Leopardi (paul.leopardi_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-15 23:56:23
Has anyone tested Boost 1.34.1 against gcc 4.3.0? How do I find out if this
has been done?
Also, how do I run the regression test myself? I have a few issues so far:
1. The test documented http://www.boost.org/tools/regression/index.htm runs
against http://www.meta-comm.com/engineering/boost/snapshot/ and I (first)
want to test Boost 1.34.1.
2. As per the thread http://lists.boost.org/boost-testing/2007/08/4607.php
error: Unable to find file or target named
error: referred from project at
(but I'm running SUSE Linux 10.1, not Windows)
3. The regression test looks like it requires a login password:
# Uploading log
# upload_logs failed with message "530 Login or password incorrect!"
The reason I want to run the regression test is that I have recompiled my
GluCat library with gcc 4.3.0 and it gives a segfault in Boost 1.34.1 uBLAS.
This does not happen with gcc 4.2.3.
I would have thought that since Boost is such a high profile C++ library, and
g++ is such an important C++ compiler, the current Boost release (as well as
HEAD) should get a regression test with every gcc release. To me it would
seem wise for some volunteer Boost or gcc person to build such a test into
the gcc release cycle.