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From Martin Sebor <>
Subject Re: help scheduling issues
Date Fri, 24 Aug 2007 19:26:15 GMT
Andrew Black wrote:
> Greetings all.
> I've taken a little time to glance over the open tasks which I reported
> but have not been assigned.  My analysis of these issues is as follows:
> 336 (allow multiple config.h files in the same installation directory)
> 	Marked as critical for the 4.2.0 release, and not anywhere on our radar
> as far as I can tell.

Yes, that's definitely one we need to discuss.

> 361/362 ([Intel C++ 9.1.042] hangs compiling conditional initialization
> in template code (
> 	361 is marked as Major, no Affects or Fix versions
> 	362 is marked as Critical, fix 4.2.0.
> 	This pair of linked bugs affects a specific set compiler/platform
> combinations, and has been fixed by the compiler vendor in newer
> versions of the compiler.  Given this, I think this pair should be
> reduced in priority and either rescheduled for 4.2.1 at the earliest, or
> closed.

Agreed. I think it's fine to close them as Won't Fix since there
is a simple workaround: update to a working compiler patch. Can
you go ahead and take care of it?

> 261 (runall should parse tests and examples in the same manner)
> 366 (Add benchmarking framework)
> 	These are minor enhancements, without a specified Affects or Fix
> version.  They probably can be left unscheduled, and I can't see a
> reason to assign either a release of anything earlier than 4.2.1.

Also agreed. Please go ahead and reschedule these.


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