From: Dean Michael Berris (mikhailberis_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-09 10:45:29
On 10/9/07, Marco <mrcekets_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On Tue, 09 Oct 2007 16:11:38 +0200, Dean Michael Berris
> <mikhailberis_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > By the way, have you tried the Boost Vault yet? You can upload your
> > implementation there: http://boost-consulting.com/vault . That way we
> > can get more people to check out the implementation and allow them to
> > use your implementation right away.
> > I hope this helps!
> Thanks for the advice. I registered to boost vault and uploaded my
> implementation to it.
> I thought that the boost vault was reserved to boost developers.
> This is the link:
Great! This should make it available to more people. :)
> And thanks a lot for the documentation that you're writing. :-)
You're welcome. :)
(I'm also thinking of writing a bit more tests just to make sure it's
covered pretty well, and if I get the time write some in-line
documentation and perhaps split up the file into appropriate header
files. There's also a recommended Boost library directory structure,
and I'll try coming up with that as well.)
To the moderators on the list: I'm not sure how the subversion access
works, but will it be alright if this library continues to get
developed in the sandbox? Is there a specific process for that? And
would this be a candidate for a mini-review once the appropriate
documentation and "boostification" process gets done? Or would this
merit a full review just like the other libraries that try to become
part of the Boost C++ Library?
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