Subject: Re: [geometry] Forking and compiling tests (was: Storage allocator questions)
From: Adam Wulkiewicz (adam.wulkiewicz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-12-08 16:26:13
Henry Roeland wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> Followed your suggestions and created a 'feature/persistency' branch
> in a forked geometry github repository:
> Added you (awulkiew) as collaborator to this repository.
Hmm, I think there is no need for that since I might fork it and create
a PR if needed, but ok, we'll see, maybe it'd be useful.
> I try to make some time this week starting up.
> NOTE: Tried the boost geometry tests and got lots of gcc 4.8 compiler
> crashes. Is this a known? Or should I create an issue?
It should compile properly. What do you mean by compiler crashes?
Here everything looks right here (besides MSVC tests broken by
How do the failures look like? Is the problem located in Boost.Geometry?
If the problem was located in Variant, then you could checkout some
older commit, e.g.:
git checkout 6db941f3
And run the Geometry tests again.
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