From: Henrik Sundberg (storangen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-10 16:36:56
2007/6/10, Rene Rivera <grafikrobot_at_[hidden]>:
> Henrik Sundberg wrote:
> > I think this means that to be able to place all hpp-files in the
> > boost-directory, there should be a build step to put them there. I..e
> > When building lib1, it should copy it's own headers to the Boost
> > directory.
> > I don't know if that is good either. What happens if hpp-files are
> > renamed? Will the old files not remain in the Boost directory?
> > Is this a drawback in all proposals so far?
> I don't think Beman's proposal relies on any particular svn features.
Do you mean this, or is it defined at some other place?
> Also svn externals break the read-only (http) vs. read-write (https)
> arrangement. Someone who is using read-only access will not be able to
> do updates if put in externals of the https variety, and vice versa.
Troy seems to have a very functional structure, but I don't think he
places files from different libraries in the same directory.
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