From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-08 17:47:05
Robert Ramey wrote:
> It was precisely the posting of a question regarding this which
> clarified the question in my own mind.
> The existence of a standard in no way effects the "third party"
> status of any particular implmentation.
It does (from legal and support point of view) since there is a single
supplier, the compiler vendor. If the vendor has been cleared for use (and
you have to have a compiler cleared for a project), you get the standard
library for free, but not Boost, you need a separate uphill battle for that.
Or so I hear.
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