From: Anthony Williams (anthwil_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-30 05:13:28
Guillaume Melquiond writes:
> On Mon, 30 Sep 2002, Joerg Walter wrote:
> > I've started to change directory and namespace structure from
> > /boost/numeric/ublas
> > boost::numeric::ublas
> > to
> > /boost/numerics/ublas
> > boost::numerics::ublas.
> > I'll try to commit these changes ASAP.
> > Thanks
> > Joerg
> I may have missed something; but I still don't understand why this change
> is necessary. Indeed, the Boost include search path doesn't contain
> 'boost' (all the libraries are included by '#include
> <boost/apath/alibrary.hpp>'. So when a program uses "#include<numeric>',
> the compiler (even if it has some problems) should never find
> 'boost/numeric/' since it's not in the search path; it can only find
> 'numeric', which is expected.
If a compiler treats <> and "" the same in #include directives, and #include
<numeric> appears in a boost header, this will cause a problem.
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