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From: Vambola Kotkas (vambola.kotkas_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-12-06 11:10:29

Seems that the version of wave in current boost 1.33.1 release candidate
crashes and hangs lot less than the one in 1.33.0 release, thanks. What is
great it does not crash or refuse on its own code anymore.

As for big integers ... i am no expert, but maybe it is not best idea to use
implementations that contain assembler parts in cross-platform libraries
like boost. 15 years ago it was very common to use manually optimized code
in critical parts, these days however C++ compilers do optimizations all
better and better.

Got pair of questions too but no need to answer if no and no. ;-)
Is there simple way to setup bjam to preprocess the whole boost library with
wave? So to get the impression how good it is.
Is there an option to direct the output into *.i files instead of stdout? I
currently do it with -o option just that .i file seems to be default for
most other C++ preprocessors. Getting slightly bored to type twice.
Thanks again.

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