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From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-05 07:00:47

"Victor A. Wagner Jr." <vawjr_at_[hidden]> writes:

> A problem that occurs is that some portion of the libraries may be all set
> to go for 1.33. The people who work on that want to start on 1.34 and have
> _nothing_ to do with any of the rest of the library. Given the diverse
> nature of how the boost libraries interconnect, it's amazing to me that we
> want to release the entire thing at _any_ point. Be that as it may,
> there's apparently going to be an official 1.33.0 "release" and folks
> working on other things (that ARE in 1.33, but will be updated in 1.34)
> justifiably want to work on THIER stuff. They need to put their work
> someplace. Therefore creating a branch point is likely required.

There's no need for an "official" branch point. Anyone who wants to
do that can make his own branch at any point.

Dave Abrahams
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