From: Marcin Kalicinski (kalita_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-01 18:36:58
Olaf has now finished his containers, but nobody seems to care very much.
What does boost procedure say at this point? What next needs to be done to
push them further towards reviewing/accepting?
Uzytkownik "Olaf Krzikalla" <krzikalla_at_[hidden]> napisal w wiadomosci
> the second version of intrusive containers is available.
> Excerpt from the introduction:
> Welcome to Boost.Intrusive, a library presenting some intrusive containers
> to the world of C++. While intrusive containers were and are widely used
> in C, they became more and more forgotten in the C++-world due to the
> presence of the standard containers, which don't support intrusive
> techniques. Boost.Intrusive not only reintroduces this technique to C++,
> but also encapsulates the implementation in STL-like interfaces. Hence
> anyone familiar with standard containers can use intrusive containers with
> You find the file intrusive.zip either in the yahoo file section or here:
> I consider this version being rather complete now and quite ready for a
> formal review (barring islist maybe).
> Best regards
> Olaf Krzikalla
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