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From: Indrajit Chakrabarty (indrajit.chakrabarty_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-02 20:39:33
On 8/3/05, Christopher Hunt <huntc_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi Rene/Peter,
> I'd be happy to test this out in my environment.
> Question is: where can I get 1.33 from? Is there a single-drop of it
> available right now or should I CVS it?
> It might be useful to provide release candidates from the general
> download area on sourceforge. I understand that we're at release
> candidate #1 right now. I can't see where this is available (I've
> searched the archives too).
> Update: I just did a CVS export with an rtag for 1.33 and I've been
> getting a "cvs export: [00:44:01] waiting for david_abrahams's lock in
> /cvsroot/boost/boost/tools/build/test/startup/boost-root" for the last
> hour. It isn't easy to get hold of 1.33 is it?
> On 03/08/2005, at 5:18 AM, boost-users-request_at_[hidden] wrote:
> > Rene Rivera wrote:
> >> Peter Dimov wrote:
> >>> I'm forwarding the following post from boost-users
> >>> http://lists.boost.org/boost-users/2005/08/12938.php
> >>> since it describes a pretty severe configuration problem on Mac OS X
> >>> that apparently leads to inconsistent definitions of
> >>> BOOST_HAS_THREADS and all kinds of interesting ODR violations.
> >> I think that problem is fixed. The original post doesn't mention the
> >> Boost version so it's hard to be sure. The checks for threading and
> >> the type of target getting built is considerably more complicated now
> >> than just the TARGET_CARBON check :-)
> >> It would be awesome if the original poster could test with 1.33 to
> >> make sure it's fixed.
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