From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-04 22:37:29
Nicola Musatti wrote:
> Gennadiy Rozental wrote:
> Why do you think so? Spirit is already been developed independently
> and Robert R. clearly intends to do the same with Serialization. I'm
> that for them it would be easier to release their libraries against a
> stable release of the rest of Boost than against a moving target.
I wouldn't call what I plan to do as develop independently. I just
want run my own tests against a stable code base that everyone has
and make the changes available to anyone who wants them. I expect
to check in changes with whatever system boost decides to use. A side
effect of this is that I make the defaut test set smaller and add the tests
that I now need to add but cannot because they take too long.
DOES ANYONE OBJECT TO MY DOING THIS? WHY?
Does this in anyway conflict with any of the proposals made so far?
Anyone who doesn't agree with this can just wait for the normal
boost process - he will see no change and won't have to be aware
that I've tested stuff on my on machine and permitted those who
are interested in using the lastest version.
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