From: Andy Tompkins (atompkins_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-01 11:53:04
Marc Viala <mviala <at> acticm.com> writes:
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> Hi Andy,
> I'm sorry to be quite < pushy > but are you making some progress on the
> next release of you proposal of guid class?
I have been almost ready to put a new version in the boost vault for awhile
now, but I have been having a bit of a problem with bjam (only because I don't
know it very well). I have put a new version in the boost vault anyway. It
has all the changes that have beed talked about and a platform independent
create() function (relies on random and date_time from boost), but it is not
thread safe yet. The code to make it thread safe is just commented out until I
can get bjam to link with the threads library (maybe you can give me a hand?).
> The functionalities of your proposal are really present in our current
> project development and I would like to know when you plan to publish
> your next release.
> By the way, do you have a look on my previous email 22/02?
I did look at your previous post. I should have replied earlier. I added a
function called byte_count() (unless you can think of a better name) that will
allow one to preallocate the output buffer, as follows.
> Best regards,
> Marc Viala
Thanks again for your interest and feedback, it has already made it a better
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