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From: Beman Dawes (beman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-10-20 09:04:34

>Contains some documentation additions, and cleans up the code, as
>well as some fixes to sample tokenizers.
>I would appreciate any comments.


I'm assuming you are getting close to asking for a formal review of the
token iterator library. But first you might want to:

* Do another pass through the code for boost programming and header
guidelines. See Namespace boost
where appropriate, limit line lengths to 80 characters, comment line with
file description starting each file, include headers via
<boost/tokenizer.hpp> rather than <tokenizer.hpp>,etc.

* Check your code for minor inconsistencies like (in TokenizerTest.cpp)
       - using namespace std but also std:: qualifying some names.
       - int main() with no return statement.

* Add a "hello, world" level example at the beginning of the docs. The
point isn't to demonstrate the power of the library (anymore than "hello,
world" demonstrates the power of C++) but rather to quickly give people an
idea of what you are talking about.

* Get someone else to read over the docs to help find and fix grammar

* Clean out old versions of files from the files/vault so people don't
download the wrong version.



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