From: Jarl Friis (jarl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-22 10:58:25
David Abrahams <dave_at_[hidden]> writes:
> Jarl Friis <jarl_at_[hidden]> writes:
> > I will in line with the announcement suggest that any support needed
> > for or related to this particular gcc version should be redirected to
> > the supplier of the compiler (i.e. redhat).
> I am noticing a theme in your postings today: you seem remarkably
> unsympathetic to anyone who hasn't made what you consider to be the
> "right" choice of software systems. At Boost we *generally* try not
> to hold these kinds of missteps against our users, because we're more
> interested in seeing our software widely used than in avoiding the
> hassles of platform dependencies; I don't think you're going to change
> that culture with a few postings (at least I hope not)!
You're right. I must have had a bad day, I apologise, hope you are
open enough to accept it. I've been out running now, that often helps :-)
Again, sorry. This is not the right place to advocate my non-boost
related opinions about choice of software.
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