Date: 2000-09-01 13:05:16
I'm getting ready to reorganize the file structure of GGCL
to fit into boost. We have two options:
1. move everything from ggcl/ to boost/
2. move everything from ggcl/ to boost/graph/
I think 1) would be most convenient, but there are a awful lot of
files. 2) would keep boost/ from getting as cluttered.
There's also the issue of namespace. I'd prefer just moving
everything from ggcl:: to boost::.
The following is a list of all the header files that would be
added to boost.
boost/edge_list.hpp (edge iterator adaptor)
boost/stanford_graph.hpp (stanford graph base adaptor)
boost/leda_graph.hpp (LEDA adaptor)
boost/matrix_as_graph.hpp (MTL adaptor)
boost/vector_as_graph.hpp (std::vector adaptor)
Heaps, Queues, etc.
---- boost/limits.hpp (for compilers lacking c++ header limits) boost/graph_as_tree.hpp boost/graph_utility.hpp boost/meta.hpp (compile time IF, etc.)
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