From: Michael Stevens (Michael.Stevens_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-22 11:30:40
> Starting November 3rd, I'm planning to work on 1.31.0 more or less
> full-time until it is complete.
This is excellent news.
> There are a couple of libraries (Iterator adaptors, Random numbers)
> that are awaiting documentation updates, IIRC. It would be helpful if
> those documentation updates are complete by the 17th of November.
The documentation issue with Random numbers has been worrying me for a
while. Jens dropped the new (standard proposed) code into CVS a couple
of month ago. Apart from a couple of typos and problems with gcc-2.95.3
it looks good. However Jens seems to be off the air at the moment,
certianly a very minor patch (removing an additional ';') has not made
it into CVS.
What should we do if Jens can not fix the documentation in time? The old
documents with the new interface is VERY VERY confusing! A few crucuial
concepts have changed.
> The plan for this release is to produce a full release candidate
> directory tree, and have it available (at www.boost.org/1_31_0 or
> similar) for inspection prior to the actual release.
Not sure of the advantage of the over simply tagging the release
candidate in CVS!
All the best,
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