From: Douglas Gregor (doug.gregor_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-02 07:57:40
On Apr 2, 2005, at 7:49 AM, Peter Dimov wrote:
> JOAQUIN LOPEZ MU?Z wrote:
>> It was my proposal to put it under <boost/functional/hash.hpp>,
>> on the following rationales:
>> * TR1 hash is located on <functional>
>> * When John Maddock's Boost.TR1 inititative includes Boost.Hash,
>> the naming conventions set up by John suggest that the
>> wrapping header will be <boost/tr1/functional>, which is
>> more consistent with <boost/functional/hash.hpp> than with
>> <boost/hash.hpp> (IMHO).
> I understand the logic, but with my user hat on, I expect boost::hash
> in <boost/functional.hpp> (since std::tr1::hash is in <functional>) or
> in <boost/hash.hpp> (because it is defined in namespace boost, not in
> namespace boost::functional).
> <boost/functional/hash.hpp> is neither here nor there, IMO. The rest
> of the headers are fine, and placing hash under libs/functional is
> fine, too.
IMHO, just putting it in <boost/functional.hpp> is the right thing to
do. It matches TR1 and avoids another top-level header.
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