From: David Abrahams (david.abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-11-15 14:18:37
BTW, if you want to add new directories on a branch, you have to create the
branch on some other file at least as high in the source tree, that's
already checked in (e.g. index.htm). You can always remove the branch tag
from that file once you have some other files checked in on the branch.
I always create a local repository on my disk to experiment with before I
try anything major with which I'm unfamiliar, FWIW.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 2:09 PM
Subject: [boost] Re: Boost.Function variant needed
> Hi Peter and others,
> > Note that I don't have a vested interest in this matter; I'm simply
> > to keep ref/bind compatible with LL hoping that people will
> > transition to LL when its time comes.
> I've been polishing LL for a while, the documentation is still
> missing, and some more exotic features need work, but it might be
> good idea to create a separate development branch for lambda.
> There was some discussion about how to do this with CVS, was there
> resolution of the preferred way (I just want to add lambda
> subdirectories to boost/boost and boost/libs into a separate branch,
> not to create a boost-wide lambda branch)
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