From: Jake Voytko (jakevoytko_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-15 14:12:55
There is a small, yet active community of individuals working on the
Improving Boost Docs project:
I'm forwarding your concern to the boost docs mailing list so that it is
brought to the group's collective attention, as I feel that from the user's
standpoint it is a valid concern.
If you have any input on the state of Boost Docs, feel free to send a
message to the boost-docs mailing list with your suggestions :)
On 7/14/07, Robert Ramey <ramey_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> That's they way I do it now.
> I do use bjam from running the whole test suite overnight.
> But for making library tweaks and running particular tests and building
> serialization library for experiments etc, I do every thing from Visual
> If its too hard to just import the sources into your project then there is
> problem. If there is a lot of "hidden" information in bjam and/or bjam
> files that is needed to do this then that could be a problem.
> I should not that it WAS a pain getting all the IDE settings just right -
> but like my recent toothache - its all better now.
> I would feel better about bjam if it more like the rest of boost as far as
> being subjected to the normal boost gauntlet. That is I would like to see
> look like a libray, with self-contained complete documentaion, tutorial,
> samples, tests, formal review, etc., etc. I would like to see it promoted
> on its own rather than just a "boost tool". I think this would result in
> higher level of usability and stability. Of course this would be a large
> effort that perhaps is too much to undertake.
> BTW - The same goes for quickbooks. It looks very nice. But I'm a little
> bit concerned that its being developped at the same time time its being
> to produce boost documentation. I'm concerned that if I make a commitment
> to it, I'll be left standing on an iceberg. Seems solid but is really
> constantly shifting requiring constant attention.
> Just one man's 2 cents.
> Robert Ramey
> Sohail Somani wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: boost-bounces_at_[hidden] on behalf of Daryle Walker
> > Sent: Sat 7/14/2007 1:27 PM
> > To: boost_at_[hidden]
> > Subject: Re: [boost] Monotone phasing out use of bits of boost due to
> > having to build external libraries
> > I'm un-dropping off the grid to mention that the Boost mandatory
> > source
> > files should be able to be directly incorporated into a user's build
> > system. It's been possible in the past. Maybe we should suggest to
> > Monotone to try that first.
> > -----End Original Message-----
> > I second that. I do the same thing. Its just a matter of looking at
> > the jamfiles for each library and setting defines/flags
> > appropriately. _______________________________________________
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