From: Bill Seymour (bsey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-04-13 13:12:54
Thomas Witt wrote:
> ... I assume that a bad product will have problems to compile
> most of the boost libraries.
I was thinking of a particular implementation that the Boost
libraries try to support because of its ubiquitousness. 8-)
> I would prefer to see the bad test results.
I agree; and I believe that we'll see them in any event.
> ... whoever is looking into using boost is very unlikely
> to use a compiler that cannot compile boost.
Well...those who are looking into using the Boost libraries are
likely to know good implementations from bad; but, for the most
part, they're _unlikely_ to be the ones who decide what development
system(s) their companies will purchase.
Have I just argued against my own position? 8-)
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