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From Martin Sebor <>
Subject Re: RFC: stdcxx 4.2 platforms
Date Mon, 12 Mar 2007 18:34:26 GMT
Mark Brown wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From:
>> Sent: Thu, 08 Mar 2007 10:59:10 -0700
>> To:
>> Subject: RFC: stdcxx 4.2 platforms
>> I think it's time for us to start planning the next stdcxx
>> release. We have fixed a ton of bugs since 4.1.3 and 4.1.4
>> and there have been a bunch of new platforms that we should
>> certify (e.g., gcc 4.1 or MSVC 8 to name the most popular
>> ones). I would also like us to clean up the Cygwin and Mac
>> OS X ports that didn't work in previous releases. Are there
>> any other new platforms we should provide support for?
> I would find Cygwin test results helpful. It would also be helpful do semi-regular builds
of some popular C++ software with stdcxx (like boost) and post the results.

I agree that building Boost (and perhaps other popular packages
as well) would be a useful enhancement to the stdcxx test suite.
The problem is first of all porting Boost to stdcxx (i.e.,
getting the infrastructure to work), and then also the cycles
involved in running the Boost test suite and analyzing the test
results. I suppose if someone were to volunteer to do the first
pass (i.e., get the Boost infrastructure ported and help analyze
the first set of results) we could then add it to our automated
test infrastructure and run it perhaps not every night but maybe
weekly or monthly and handle the maintenance of the project.


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