From: Gennaro Prota (gennaro_prota_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-05-29 13:17:10
there is one thing that leaves me quite perplexed with
the current boost library organization: the fact that
the gadgets in the utility directory (next(), prior(),
noncopyable and others) are considered as constituting
a "library". I understand that this is a convention,
anyhow I find that it's quite difficult for users to
imagine that, let's say, addressof is "an utility",
and that therefore one must write:
To me it seems that the current criterion is to put
among the utilities things that are "too small" to be
considered something autonomous. Is it actually so?
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