From: Axter (boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-10-21 22:08:48
If code is proposed to be added to the boost library, and it can not compile on non-compliant (pre-standard) compiler, like VC++ 6.0, would that be a major factor for rejection?
I have classes that are fully compliant to the C++ standard, but will not compile on VC++ 6.0, because 6.0 doesn't fully support template logic.
Is this a factor in consideration for code addition to the boost library?
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