From: James Curran/MVP (jamescurran_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-06-26 08:46:48
Actually, that's largely irrelevant, as the standards committee only
gets the interface. Any particular implementation is not their concern.
-- Truth, James Curran www.NovelTheory.com (Personal) www.NJTheater.com (Professional) www.aurora-inc.com (Day job) "Dan'l Miller" <optikos_at_[hidden]> wrote in message news:3D19BD3D.816B1742_at_oco.net... > It would be quite nice for me and for Boost submissions for C++0x standardization if there were to exist a Boost subsetting tool (or build target) which extracted a subset of Boost and that subset's dependencies. Forgetting about me for a moment, Beman et al could use such a tool to pull out certain libraries for submission to C++0x standardization, leaving others behind. At release x, Beman et al could pull out say, BGL & its dependencies, leaving the rest of Boost behind. Then at release x+1, Beman et al could pull out some other subset of Boost, leaving BGL behind (because it was submitted last time).
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