From: Reid Sweatman (reids_at_[hidden])
Date: 1999-07-23 15:47:33
Good to hear. One suggestion: could you also post a version that *has* the
pictures, for the benefit of people with access to faster connections? I
haven't yet looked at what you've posted, but I'd hope it would unpack into
an HTML hierarchy with a relative root, so we can just tuck it into a local
directory (I keep a massive set of sorted directories of useful programming
material, all indexed into my local home page) and set a browser link to it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Beman Dawes [mailto:beman_at_[hidden]]
> Sent: Friday, July 23, 1999 11:13 AM
> To: Boost.org mailing list
> Subject: [boost] Site updated; .hpp, timer, boost_all.zip
> The web site has just been updated:
> Several header names changed to .hpp.
> A public beta of the timer library is posted.
> It is now possible to download all of Boost as a single .zip file.
> (Actually, I dropped the photos to keep the file size down.)
> The boost_all.zip design is still quite rough around the edges, but
> this is the first attempt to make Boost libraries easy for a user to
> download and install. Important as several boost headers now include
> other boost headers.
> The timer headers include the smart_ptr and utility headers. The
> smart_ptr header includes config.hpp. See
> www.boost.org/boost/config.hpp. There isn't any additional
> documentation yet for config.hpp, but the header file spells out the
> policy issues in some detail. I feel that the policies address most
> of the issues raised in discussions on this mailing list at least to
> some extent.
> Was the salesman clueless?
> Productopia has the answers.
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