Ubuntu 16.04, g++ 5.4.0 (the default one)
If I run ./runTests.py src/test/unit with g++ in the stan repo (develop branch), it fails on:
I was trying to add a few lines to Stan and got these errors on the tests, so I pulled down a clean copy of the repo and got the same thing.
Logs here: https://gist.github.com/bbbales2/739a4d346bdc930ddebaedc005259c0b
I switched to clang++ (3.8.0) and everything magically works. Any ideas?
@bbbales2, we might have run into either a compiler bug with g++ 5.4.0 or a non-standard way we wrote some of the code. I think this is related to @seantalts post here: Probability test broken locally in unspecified way
Hopefully we can figure this out.
I don’t think it’s related to my bug; I’m not using G++ and I’m running a different type of test.
@bbbales2 are using Linux? If I recall correctly, Linux g++ math unit tests are failing in kind of a similar way for the past 6 months or so…
Yup. Ignore my last comment.
Oh yeah, Ubuntu 16.04. For the Math stuff I’d already changed over to clang just for the cleaner error messages, so maybe I missed them there.