From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-17 16:31:19
I understand that boost sandbox is considered successor to the file section.
I'm not really happy with this. It means that those who want to try
something out have to get cvs going in thier machine - or download the files
one by one from the CVS tree.
The yahoo file section ("vault") is ok - but having to register is a pain.
Can't we find a directory withing boost (or maybe the wiki?) to just have
this very important collection of zipped files?
"Rene Rivera" <grafik.list_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> I'm looking at how things are placed in the sandbox and wondering about
> Currently the sandbox mirrors the layout of the main Boost CVS. That is:
> That layout has a few drawbacks when dealing with a single isolated
> 1) It makes it harder to package as one has to filter out the rest of
> the stuff there.
> 2) One can get conflicts when something in another library's code gets
> accidentally used. I ran into this when evaluating named_params as some
> MPL related files got picked off from the sandbox instead of from the
> Boost CVS.
> 3) Makes finding things much harder when someone mentions to look in the
> sandbox for their library.
> Was there ever a discussion as to the layout? (A cursory search did not
> reveal anything)
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