From: Victor A. Wagner, Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-06-20 13:45:05
My workload has reduced somewhat (one project finished...looking for a new
part-time client) and I can easily run compiler (vc6.sp5(dinkumware updated
STL), vc7, cygwin 2.95.3 (I have 3.x somewhere, but it's not yet installed)
in various configurations... STLport or whatever. But if I'm going to do
that, I'd like to get ALL of boost to play with...even the "bleeding edge"
I'm currently updating my cvs with:
cvs -z3 update -P -d >> update.log
This doesn't seem to be getting the things being worked on and not yet
'released' like date-time (I'd _really_ like to play with that... my
current client has a project where we're going to have to invent our own if
we don't 'find one' someplace).
I guess the "real" question is:
Is there any global set of cvs update requests which will get ALL of the
projects? Or, do we need to know which projects actually exist? cvs
checkout -c only mentions "regex" as a "module"
one other thing. Is there a set of documentation on jam someplace?
Victor A. Wagner Jr. http://rudbek.com
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