From: Gennadiy E. Rozental (rogeeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-11-07 14:09:39
Why www.boost.org is different from www.boost.org/index.htm?
--- In boost_at_y..., Beman Dawes <bdawes_at_a...> wrote:
> Boost release 1.25.1 is now available at www.boost.org:
> * Boost Build System: Continued improvements.
> * Config Library: Continued refinements.
> * Graph Library: Final cleanup for upcoming the Boost Graph Library
> * Thread Library: Minor fixes - tests now pass on most Win32 and
> systems including Linux and Solaris. Semaphore removed as too error
> * Function Library: direct support for member function pointers and
> documentation updates.
> * Boost-Users mailing list has been created to address topics of
> to users of Boost libraries.
> * Boost Wiki web added. Provides a place for Boost users to openly
> and document the use of Boost libraries. It is not officially
> Boost developers.
> This release uses a new ftp program for updating the web site; the
> used in the past was prone to get confused about dates, and didn't
> gracefully from network or server errors.
> Please let me know if you spot any out-of-date web pages on the
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