From: Douglas Gregor (doug.gregor_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-26 08:30:38
On Sep 26, 2005, at 5:02 AM, John Maddock wrote:
>> - "Configuration" bullets for each library: shouldn't Boost.Config
>> define BOOST_HAS_TR1_xxx, not the user?
> Yes, that's the intention, there just aren't any changes needed to
> Boost.Config yet (but hold on does gcc-4 have any TR1 components yet?)
GCC 4.0 has "experimental" versions of array, bind, shared_ptr,
result_of, reference_wrapper, tuple, type_traits, unordered_map/
unordered_set. I think most of them are pretty sound, although I
think "bind" still has some bugs with handling nested bind expressions.
>> - Mathematical Special Functions, hash tables, etc.: Should these go
>> under a seperate heading for TR1 parts *not* supported by Boost? A
>> quick glance through the documentation of the Boost.TR1 library
>> makes it seem like they are supported.
> Understood, I've never really been sure how to handle the
> unsupported parts,
> well actually they are supported if the underlying standard library
> them. But maybe they need to be moved to their own table of
> contents to
> make this clear?
I think that is a good idea.