From: brass goowy (brass_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-05 13:35:21
Rene Rivera writes:
>brass goowy wrote:
>> I agree it is a tenuous system. On the other hand how much of a leap
>> is it from using a network file system when building?
>Ask a company layer, project manager, sysadmin that question to get an
>idea of the magnitude of the leap.
>> No one has answered my question of how to obtain 1.34.
>Perhaps because it was easy enough to find the info with a bit of
Thanks. I looked for the answer for about thirty minutes. After not coming
up with the info that way I asked.
>But at this point I'm confused about goals... If you are not discussing
>an existing Boost library,
The post did discuss a Boost library. Slater said he was interested in
finding ways to improve the performance of B.Ser. I wrote my ideas about
that. Beyond that I was replying to some of the points he had made in his
>nor discussing a possible Boost library
>submission. What are you trying to achieve by asking questions in this
With the question about 1.34, I wanted to get some information. With the
question about online code generation I want to understand what he is
getting at and if there is a technical problem with the online approach
that we haven't considered.
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