Boost Testing :
Subject: [Boost-testing] A Debian/Sid testing machine
From: Steve M. Robbins (steve_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-13 11:59:08
I'm one of the Debian packagers of Boost. Since Debian's "Sid"
distribution (a.k.a "Unstable") typically lives on the bleeding edge
of the GCC compilers, we often find we have to patch the released
version of Boost in order to get it built successfully.
I've got a fancy new quad-core machine so I've set it up to do nightly
regression test builds for both trunk and release, with the hope of
alerting the boost library authors to any problems prior to release.
I hope this is OK.
While I was figuring out the testing scripts, however, I submitted the
first one with a different runner name. Will this just fade away
eventually or can someone delete "smr_at_[hidden]" for me (from the