From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-01-22 09:27:52
At 09:21 AM 1/22/2001 +0000, Steven Youngs wrote:
>I spotted the original post from David Wolfram on a microsoft news group
>microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vc.libraries if I remember correctly. I
>replied to him in private email suggesting that he also ask his question
>the boost mailing list where I hoped he'd get a more representative
>to his questions [maybe others also suggested boost to him as well - I
Thanks, Steve. Given the amount of time boost developers waste trying to
get conforming code to work with VC++, we certainly have a vested interest
in seeing MS improve their compiler.
>Now maybe his post is slightly off topic in some peoples eyes...
I don't see the original post as being off topic so much as I see it as
something we could waste a whole lot of discussion time on. People on the
C++ committee use the term "violent agreement" when discussion participants
actually agree on some outcome, but insist on arguing about the details. I
always hate to see people get all worked up over things they basically
Anyhow, I hope boost members will respond privately or even publicly to
David Wolfram's original post if they care about library interoperability.
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