From: Greg Colvin (gcolvin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-08-16 12:45:42
I also seems that Boost.Threads would be a good candidate for the
May Multithreading issue.
----- Original Message -----
From: Chuck Allison
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 9:36 PM
Subject: [boost] Python and C++
I hope this isn't an inappropriate post. I wanted to let you know that the C/C++ Users Journal (CUJ - many of have have published
with us) has upcoming monthly themes that are suitable for the work done by members of Boost. In particular, we are interested in
articles that discuss Python and how it is used by C++ programmers. Here are the themes for 2002:
January Mixed Lanugage Programming
February Embedded Systems
April Testing & Debugging
July Software Tools
September C# and .NET
October Development Methodologies
November Scientific Programming
December Internet/Network Programming
If any of you would like to contribute, I need Python-related proposals ASAP, and manuscriptswithin a month. Sorry for the late
notice. I just thought of posting this today.
If this was an inappropriate use of the forum, I apologize in advance. Just tell me and i won't do it again.
-- Chuck Allison ("The Harmonious CodeSmith")
-- Senior Editor, C/C++ Users Journal
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