From: Aleksey Gurtovoy (alexy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-09-07 11:06:16
Beman Dawes wrote:
> I have similar concerns, but also worried that just lumping
> all of them into "General use" would quickly render that
> category too large.
Agree, that can easily happen.
> Is there a better way to separate the General and Helper entries into
I like Doug Gregor's suggestion to put some of the libraries into
"Higher-order programming" and "Extension data
structures" categories, although there might be a better name for the
latter. I've done that, and also a few other refactorings, and the result is
attached to this e-mail - as a material for comments :).
(Sorry, I didn't modified the original document, just created a new one
instead, 'cause I didn't want to screw up the formatting - one of the things
that VS7.0 HTML editor is notorious for).
> Incidentally, there is no law that says a library couldn't
> appear in more than one category.
My thoughts too.
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