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From: Edward Diener (eldiener_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-09-29 07:55:16

Simon Carter wrote:
> Nicola Musatti <Nicola.Musatti <at>> writes:
>> Hallo,
>> I'd be interested in knowing which version of Boost do people use with
>> which version of the Borland/CodeGear compilers. The reason I'm asking
>> relates to the state of Boost regression tests for the version currently
>> being developed, as can be seen here:
> We're stuck at 1_30_0 with BCB6. Did try moving to 1_32_0 but the (admittedly
> small) effort of maintaining 1_32_0 with spirit 1_6 was deemed unnecessarily
> error-prone in a multideveloper environment. Similarly, we don't use any
> non-header-only libraries; the configuration pain is not worth the effort when
> we have a fair code library of our own which has some overlap with boost.
> Since we've got to change compiler anyway we're moving to C# for the bulk of our
> work.

I am always amused when a C++ programmer, who is going to be using .Net,
says they have to change compilers and then mentions they will be using
C#. Are you aware that a C++ implementation for .Net already exists
called C++/CLI and that you can directly used Boost code using C++/CLI
in mixed mode programming under .Net ?

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