From: Richard Newman (richard_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-07 10:18:42
Ping. It's been a couple of days since I posted this. Not to be too
impatient, but does anyone have any advice or is the most appropriate
person to reply off list right now?
Richard Newman wrote:
> I know that sometime ago before the release of 1.34 that Asio was
> accepted as a Boost library, but I've lost track of its status. It
> doesn't appear in the boost.org libraries documentation (at least not in
> the main page of http://www.boost.org/libs/libraries.htm) or in the
> boost distribution.
> We've been on boost 1.33 with an older snapshot of asio's source. We're
> looking to update to boost 1.34.1 which is not playing nice with our
> older snapshot.
> I know we can go to asio.sourceforge to update the snapshot, but is
> there an official "supported"/released version of Asio we're supposed to
> use with the formal 1.34.1 boost release? We don't want to just drop in
> some recent not-ready-for-prime-time intermediate version, but one that
> we can reasonably trust as verified with 1.34.1. In essence, we want to
> have our use of Asio in line with however it is best aligned with how
> Boost intends to bring it in.
> Are there non-Boost, non-Asio dependencies required for such a version?
> We're also trying to limit the bounds of non-Boost libraries we include.
> Is there a committed time table for releasing (and documenting) Asio as
> a first class citizen in Boost's release, so we don't have to reach
> outside of Boost's formal release process?
> Please feel free to direct me to another thread if this has recently
> been discussed elsewhere.
> Richard Newman
> richard <at> cdres <dot> com
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