From: Daryle Walker (darylew_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-03-15 15:49:06
on 3/13/01 11:10 AM, Dean at deansturtevant_at_[hidden] wrote:
[SNIP old suggestion for release_version.hpp, that included constants
for the parts of the current version]
> I think this suggestion is a tad too complicated. Not only that, but
> I maintain that the mere existence of these constants is dangerous.
> How about having one version number and one version string? The
> string could be instantiated in a library.
Do you mean that the string would be a real C++ object? What's wrong with
making that a macro too?
// Past versions
#define BOOST_VERSION_1_21_1 0x0178
#define BOOST_VERSION_2_1_0 0x0201
// Current version
#define BOOST_VERSION_CURRENT BOOST_VERSION_2_1_0
#define BOOST_VERSION_STRING "2.1.0"
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