From: Pavel Vozenilek (pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-18 06:53:50
From: "Russell Hind" <rhind_at_[hidden]>
> OTOH, Borland have basically dropped support for bcc32 with the last
> patch of BCB6 (probably 2 years ago now?) so why should boost continue
> to support it?
1. People have vast quantities of legacy BCB code. They may like
to improve their code with Boost.
2. BCB is still (IMHO) best C++ tool for GUI applications, despite
3. It is far from clear if there will be new Borland C++ compiler at all.
Borland may decide to drop out of C++ market completely - it may
be waste to spend effort with beta until things get clear.
IMO there should be no discouragement against BCB and if it
is possible to support it reasonably, it should be done.
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