From: Martin Wille (mw8329_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-04-11 03:37:26
David Abrahams wrote:
> hartmutkaiser_at_[hidden] writes:
>>1. Request for formal Boost review, i.e. try to make Wave a 'normal'
>>library inside of Boost. For this we have to see, if there is enough
>>interest for such a beast (besides to be a preprocessor application,
>>Wave is a preprocessor library, so this may be an option).
> It's not really a library unless it's going to be linked with other
> code, is it?
It is designed to be used as a library.
>>2. Include the Wave application as a supporting tool (as bjam or
>>boostbook) into the /boost/tools directory (does this require a
> I don't think so. We haven't reviewed any boostbook processors or
> the build system.
>>3. Include Wave as a preprocessor tool just inside and as a part of the
>>Boost.Preprocessor library for those people, who is interested in
>>experimenting with Pauls strict pp-lib (codename 'Chaos').
> Hmm, sounds wrong to me.
> 4. Include wave as a Spirit sample application
> But I like #2 I think...
5. Combine 1 with 2, i.e. add Wave as library to Boost and add
the preprocessor driver programm to /boost/tools.
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