From: Douglas Gregor (gregod_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-29 20:13:29
On Tuesday 28 October 2003 02:59 pm, Paul A. Bristow wrote:
> Excellent - I look forward to using it.
Glad to hear it.
> penultimate line of tutorial: "you" for "your"
> and links to test*...cpp didn't seem to work.
This is a BoostBook bug. It'll fix itself when tribool documentation is
generated with the rest of the Boost documentation.
> References to some of the academic and other sources used during design
> might be of interest to some? And the design deliberations? These things
> may make interesting reading in a few decades time, and may help establish
> prior art in patent cases?
I'll see what I can find. I know that I at least need to justify the name
> It would be helpful to add the output from the test, if any, as a comment
> at the end of the source.
> And/or perhaps perhaps as comment on each line of output.
> A more practical, if contrived, example of use would also be helpful.
The interval library is a great example for tribool... I'll add that.
> Doesn't use Boost test system - but tests look fine.
It probably should. Will fix.
Thanks for the comments.
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