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From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-27 13:02:00

Over at there's a page for Boost.Build, at:

the content of which is exactly what was in the last
Boost release. There's another page for Boost.Build,
namely, content of which
is regenerated nightly, using SVN state.

The first page, generally, is outdated and wrong. For
example, now it points a Milestone 11 downloads while
current version of Boost.Build is M12, talks about CVS
(and links to a page that does not say how to get
anything from either CVS or SVN), points to development
roadmap that is totally inaccurate, and so on.
Generally, both the download and documentation links
at will yield better results
to a user.

Are there any objections to making the up-to-date
docs page the one most easily found, and making docs corresponding
to the last release only found via some "doc archive", or not
accessible at all?

(Rene's working on new website, so how this is implemented technically
is separate question, I'm asking only about user-visible effect).

- Volodya

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