From: Kevlin Henney (kevlin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-06-01 01:05:35
In message <8h48c2+194i_at_[hidden]>, Dave Abrahams
>We have 3 options that I can see:
>1. #define BOOST_CSTD_ to be either 'std', or nothing depending on
>the standard library in use. When we write names from the 'C'
>library, we qualify with BOOST_CSTD_::. This is a pain in the butt,
>but has the least potential impact on users and is more likely to
>2. Require the use of a more-conforming standard library
>implementation, like the STLport.
>3. Do nothing.
There is always the lowest common denominator approach: use the <*.h>
headers. This may not be perfect, but it is guaranteed to work, has the
aesthetic edge on (1), and is more inclusive than either (2) or (3).
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