From: Philippe A. Bouchard (philippeb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-02 10:27:03
My sincere excuses for the lack of documentation, I've concrentrated too
much on other issues. It is the first time I am getting thru this, I didn't
know what to expect. Next time I am going to prove the code is right also
(except BOOST_DATA_ALIGNMENT which was borrowed from STL's and pos()
I would like to thank Boost for the efforts they give for a better language.
This is really impressive & complex.
I am going to concentrate for now on shifted_ptr for documentation issues.
Douglas Paul Gregor wrote:
> The formal review period for Philippe A. Bouchard's shifted_ptr
> has ended. At this time, the shifted_ptr library will not be accepted
> into Boost.
> The submission was rejected primarily on the grounds that its
> documentation was incomplete. Reviewers have requested complete
> semantic descriptions of shifted_ptr's operations, in addition to
> more rationale
> and introductory material.
> Reviewers also expressed concern with the potentially unsafe
> of shifted_ptr objects from a raw pointer; several solutions have been
> There is considerable interest in this library, and we hope that
> Philippe will address reviewers' concerns and bring this library
> forward for a
> second review in the future.
> Doug Gregor
> Review manager, shifted_ptr
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