From: Randy Bowen (rbowen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-10 13:24:06
Is there a problem with that site? I've yet to be able to download the
document, or even fully load the index page on which it's referenced.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Beman Dawes [mailto:bdawes_at_[hidden]]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2004 5:39 PM
> To: Boost mailing list
> Subject: [boost] Library TR draft available
> The latest draft of the C++ Standard Library Technical Report
> is now available at
> There may be editorial (non-substantiative) changes to the
> final version of the TR document, but this latest draft is
> believed to be final in terms of technical content. Thus it
> should be safe for implementors or users to write code based
> on this latest draft.
> It will be several years before most compilers come with a
> full implementation of the TR. But some vendors (Metrowerks,
> for example) are already shipping a few TR components. That
> brings up the question of what Boost code does during the transition.
> To insure Boost code works with various TR implementations,
> some Boost code will want to use the compiler vendor's
> version of the TR if the TR component required is available,
> but otherwise will want to use Boost equivalent code. How do
> we handle that? The TR doesn't provide in configuration
> macros, so I guess we will have to roll our own.
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