From: Allen Bierbaum (allenb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-04-09 09:42:53
John Maddock wrote:
>>could this fix be merged only the 1.30 branch? I would really like to
>>be able to keep using a stable release branch instead of having to
>>convert my project over to using the CVS version. Moving to CVS is
>>expecially difficult sunce several of the projects that I rely upon also
>>use Boost 1.30 and it is unlikely they will be moving to using boost cvs
>>any time soon.
> Not sure whether that's a good idea or not... can you not just integrate the
> diff in your source?:
The project I am working on is used by a few hundred sites around the
world. So although I could change my downloaded version of boost, it
would be tough for me to change their copies. :)
We don't put a version of boost in our source repository, instead we
just have users download the most recent version that we support (in
this case 1.30).
Are there any plans to release a boost 1.30.1 at some point that has
fixes such as these? I was hoping there was because then I could just
have our users track the 1.30 branch (which I assume will become 1.30.1).
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