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From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-20 13:39:41

John Maddock wrote:
> Beman Dawes wrote:
>>> This might still change a bit after odds and ends fall into place.
>>> If you want something stable, now, there's this new "include"
>>> directory that is a flat, MPL like, repository of include files
>>> that forward to the proper files (e.g.
>>> boost/fusion/include/vector.hpp will always point to where
>>> fusion::vector is). I highly recommend
>>> users to use it and for developers (Dan and Tobias etc.) to put all
>>> relevant forward headers there.
>> The changes seem to have broken a lot of other libraries tests.
>> Failures
>> on VC++ 8.0, for example, went from 16 to 150+.
>> Math and Xpressive where hit hard. This may be tough on John and Eric
>> because both are actively working on their libraries.
>> Please do whatever is necessary to resolve these problems quickly.
>> Otherwise it would be a lot better to develop on a branch.
> Right, and TR1 fails with:
> compile-c-c++
> ..\..\..\bin.v2\libs\tr1\test\test_tr1_include.test\msvc-8.0\debug
> \threading-multi\test_tr1_include.obj
> test_tr1_include.cpp
> ..\..\..\boost/tr1/tuple.hpp(51) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include
> file:
> 'boost/fusion/sequence/adapted/std_pair.hpp': No such file or directory
> Which in turn causes most of Boost.Math to fail :-(
> So... what do we do to fix this? Obviously I could point to the new header
> (if you tell me where it is!) but then if we merged to the release branch
> without *first* merging fusion then it would break all over again - but on
> the release branch this time.
> Double :-(
> Ideas?

Joel, this sounds bad. If you don't have an immediate fix, please revert
you changes.


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