Boost Testing :
From: Gennaro Prota (gennaro.prota_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-09-02 20:31:14
> I'm open to suggestions on the naming conventions...
I'd suggest: CompilerNameAndVersion-OS-[Hardware, if relevant],
eventually followed by the company name. Examples:
Intel 9.1 - Mac OS X - x86 (Sandia)
gcc 4.0.1 - Mac OS X - x86 (Sandia)
gcc 4.2.1 - HP UX - ia64 (HP)
> So this code on the release branch :
> return do_count(m_bits.begin(), num_blocks(), Block(0),
> seems to compile okay with intel. Can we use something like this on the
> development branch to fix this problem?
Gulp. Isn't that gcc 4.0.1? (Note that I'm talking about the Intel
compiler, not Intel CPU).
However you suddenly made me realize that I'm worrying about a
compiler not tested for release. I'll simply ignore it, especially
since a) they have regressions on code which is so simple as to
compile and work with VC6 b) they use an EDG front-end and manage
always to screw it up in the most creative ways (which really requires
some art); so, they don't deserve any support as far as I'm concerned.