From: Eric Niebler (eric_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-20 14:20:07
Joel de Guzman wrote:
> Well, heads up. I'm doing lots of refactorizations.
> 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.
This change has totally broken xpressive, and it *must* be backed out.
Besides, not all Fusion headers have corresponding .hpp files in the
fusion/include directory (e.g., cons.hpp), so I have no reliable way to
fix this on my end.
C'mon people, this is not the time to be making major changes to
libraries. This is the time to be making small changes to fix bugs
exposed by the regression tests. You've had *ages* to make your big,
breaking changes on HEAD. That time has passed.
-- Eric Niebler Boost Consulting www.boost-consulting.com
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