From: Marshall Clow (marshall_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-19 16:44:35
At 9:33 PM +0100 12/19/07, Ion Gaztañaga wrote:
>Hi to all,
>The Unordered library submitted by Daniel James has been *accepted* into
>Boost. Thanks to all reviewers and all who contributed to the library
>before the review.
>We've received 8 reviews (Thosten Ottosen, Chun Ping Wang, Hervé
>Brönnimann, John Torjo, Cromwell Enage, Jamie Allsop, Graham Mark and
>Paul Bristow), and all were positive (since Chun's only complain was
>packaging and his ratings were all above 7 out of 10). Darren Cook
>privately sent me a positive mini-review (attached below). If I've
>missed any review, please let me know.
[ snippage ]
>In particular, Visual C++ *still* does not ship with TR1 ("no plans
>until 2009" was the rumour I found), so anyone wanting to ship portable
>code is relying on Boost. And, at least for me, unordered_map is the
>single most useful library in TR1.
Herb Sutter blogged here
>A few weeks ago I blogged about the VC++ update we plan to ship in
>the first half of next year, which includes extensive additions to
>MFC as well as TR1. TR1 is the first set of library extensions
>published by the C++ committee, nearly all of which have also been
>adopted into the next C++ standard, C++0x. The update will be
>available to users of Visual Studio 2008 Standard and above in the
>first half of 2008... but it will not be immediately available to
>users of our free C++ compiler, Visual C++ Express.
P.S. Congratulations to Daniel!
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