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From Mark Brown <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] release stdcxx 4.2.0 (candidate 7)
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2007 19:47:10 GMT
Other than some warnings gcc 4.1.2 on Linux worked fine this time.
I tried Intel 10.0 and found another test that gave a compiler error.
I didn't investigate it in great detail but it looks like a problem
in the test rather than a compiler bug. In any event, I don't see it
as a blocker for the release and change my vote to +1. Hopefully we
can fix it in 4.2.1.

error: implicitly generated assignment operator cannot copy:
             const member "S::self"
   struct S {
           detected during:
             implicit generation of "S &S::operator=(const S &)" at line 
1033 of "/home/mbrown/stdcxx-4.2.0/include/valarray"
             instantiation of "std::valarray<_TypeT> std::abs(const 
std::valarray<_TypeT> &) [with _TypeT=S]" at line 78


Martin Sebor wrote:
> I just created the next stdcxx 4.2.0 release candidate tag,
> stdcxx-4.2.0-rc-7, that incorporates changes addressing issues
> pointed out in the original vote thread.
> The tarball containing the release candidate sources can be
> downloaded from my home directory at the following link:
> The MD5 sum for the tarball is: b43adeb0c72cf4747301818f4dff4fa1
> Instructions on unpacking the tarball, configuring and building
> the library and the set of examples and tests, are in the README
> file contained in the tarball and can also be viewed directly
> in Subversion:
> The Jira "Release Notes" for 4.2.0 detailing the issues resolved
> in this release can be viewed here:
> stdcxx 4.2.0 has been tested on the set of platforms listed in
> the README. The test results for most of the tested platforms
> can be be viewed on the following page:
> (there are a few failures, most of them attributable to issues in
> the Rogue Wave test infrastructure; a small number of failures are
> due to known stdcxx issues).
> Please download and test the tarball and vote to approve the
> release and to request the approval of the Incubator PMC to publish
> it on the stdcxx site. In your vote, please include the names and
> versions of the compilers and operating systems that you tested on.
> As always, everyone is encouraged to vote, including non-committers.
> This vote will close in the usual 72 hours from now, i.e., on
> Tuesday, 10/23 at 5:00 PM US/Mountain time. Follow the link
> below for the countdown:

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