From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-12-04 09:30:53
"Joel de Guzman" <djowel_at_[hidden]> writes:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Carl Daniel" <cpdaniel_at_[hidden]>
>> "Daniel Yerushalmi" <daniel_zy_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>> > Hi
>> > Are there any plan to integrate the spirit http://spirit.sourceforge.net/
>> > into the boost distribution?
>> > This is really nice library and now each new distribution of boost may
>> > it.
>> > (It is not yet integrated in 1.20)
>> Since Spirit was accepted into Boost just after the release of 1.29.0, it is
>> unlikely to appear in any official Boost release prior to 1.30, which is not
>> quite on the radar screen yet. There has been talk of a 1.29.1 release, but
>> I wouldn't expect to see Spirit incorporated into that release.
> As soon as the review requests are fulfilled... I do not have a
> definite time when that will be. Most of the items in the to do
> list are easy. However, there are some quite sticky items
> such as the Phoenix/BLL issue that I am starting to address
> right now. FWIW, Spirit is 100% compatible with 1.28 and
> 1.29. Should the boost folks allow, a post review version that
> addresses 95% of the review can perhaps be incorporated into
> a pre-1.30 boost distribution.
Once a library is accepted, it is up to the library author if, and on
what schedule, review remarks are addressed. My advice is to check
Spirit into the Boost CVS tree as soon as it makes sense for the
Spirit development schedule.
BTW, what is the plan for Spirit's CVS repository at SourceForge? Are
you going to retire it? If not, this would be a first for Boost. Is
it a good idea to have a CVS repository elsewhere that contains the
"real" development history? I'm undecided...
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