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From: Marco (mrcekets_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-01 13:00:02

Hi Michael,

thanks a lot for uploading the library into the sandbox and for having
modified the folders layout according to the boost guidelines.
At present I've some mail connection issue. But I hope to get them solved

Anyone interested in boost overload can start checking out the library !
.. and have fun ! :-)

Kind Regards,

On Thu, 01 Nov 2007 16:48:34 +0100, Dean Michael Berris
<mikhailberis_at_[hidden]> wrote:

> Sorry for top posting, but...
> The Overloads library is now available in the Boost Subversion Sandbox
> -- I've gotten permission from Marco Ceccheti to upload the
> implementation, which can now be collaboratively developed through the
> Boost Subversion Sandbox space.
> You should be able to access the overload implementation at
> -- this version
> is derived from Marco Ceccheti's implementation, with certain changes
> for complying with some Boost rules about filenames (length, etc.) and
> directory layout.
> Documentation using Quickbook will be under way, starting with the
> documentation I've written and the
> Boost.Overload tutorial by Marco Ceccheti.
> Now to address some of the issues below (to keep this post coherent):
> On 11/1/07, Jens Seidel <jensseidel_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> > I always create them under linux, so this sounds really odd to me.
>> > However I can create .tar.gz archive if this can be helpful.
>> > Let me know.
>> The best solution is probably to get it integrated into sandbox. I have
>> no trouble with wrong file permissions for a testing version but if all
>> archives for the next few years will be broken I suggest to improve the
>> situation.
> The above announcement should be very a welcome change for you. I hope
> this helps!

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