From: Daryle Walker (darylew_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-07 14:45:49
On 9/1/04 6:10 AM, "Jonathan Wakely" <cow_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 01, 2004 at 09:56:46AM +0100, Jonathan Wakely wrote:
>> On Tue, Aug 31, 2004 at 11:30:40PM -0400, Daryle Walker wrote:
>>> Looking at the main index.html file in CVS, it looks like the old Compose
>>> library will be going away. However at least one book, _The C++ Standard
>>> Library: A Tutorial and Reference_ by Nicolai M. Josuttis in 1999, assumes
>>> that Compose will still be there (and improved over what's in the book).
>>> Shouldn't our library list page permanently keep a note over what happened
>>> to the Compose library (and what should replace it)?
>> That sounds very sensible to me.
>> At the least the pages for the lib should be there as they might be cited
>> in several books and articles.
>> libs/compose.html could still redirect to libs/compose/index.html,
>> which could just say:
>> This library was deprecated in favor of the Bind or Lambda libraries
>> and has been removed from Boost.
>> (as attached file does)
> hmm ... dunno what happened there ... HTML attachment stripped?
> take two, index.htm renamed to index.txt
I've added a note to the master library list. I noticed that my CVS copy of
Boost doesn't have any Boost.Compose stuff in it. I have my settings to
create or destroy directories as needed. That means that all the files for
Boost.Compose have been deleted. We would have to resurrect the
BOOST_ROOT/libs/compose/index.htm file (and its parent directory) before
editing it. I'm not that good with CVS yet.
Could someone who is good with CVS resurrect the file? (Or let me know how
to do it myself.) And immediately replace it with Jon's text before
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