From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-02-23 07:14:08
From: "Ross Smith" <r-smith_at_[hidden]>
> Because, after examining the matter carefully, I've come to the
> conclusion that duplicating the functionality of the parts of Boost I
> find useful in my own code is a more efficient use of my time than
> trying to make Boost usable.
Which parts of Boost do you find useful, from a functionality standpoint?
Why do you consider them so unusable that duplicating is more efficient use
of your time than making them work? How can they be improved to avoid this?
Please don't speak about Boost in general. This gives us little to no
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