From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-11 21:50:12
> Sometime ago there was discussion about an "enhanced"
> Boost.String (super_string) library from Jeff.
> Has there been any interest in this as-of lately?
Nope...it's gone quiet.
> Is there possibilility that it will be get included in Boost?
> It sure will attract the attention of c++ novices.
I'm unsure I want to bring it to a review. The discussion over the summer was
very divided. I feel strongly that it's useful and I think I swayed some
doubters, but there is a hard-core group that opposes the approach. So, I
don't want to waste my time preparing something for review that is doomed. So
I might prefer to maintain it as an unofficial 'boost extension'...
> Also Jeff:
> Are most of the interfaces for string_algo implemented in your
> super_string library from RC_1.34?
It's a subset, and yes they are implemented on top of 1.34 RC. Note that some
of the functions use Boost.Regex and Boost.format as well.
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