From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-05 08:42:29
on Fri May 04 2007, "Robert Ramey" <ramey-AT-rrsd.com> wrote:
> 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?
If you are going to "make the changes available to anyone who wants
them" by checking them into a branch in the Boost SVN repo, I think
it's fine. In fact, I think it will pretty much line up with Beman's
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