From: Marshall Clow (marshall_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-07 18:18:30
At 9:56 PM +0100 5/7/08, Daniel James wrote:
>There are a few non-ASCII characters is the interprocess headers,
>which cause Boostbook to reject a few of the XML files and miss a few
>pages from the reference documentation (such as the flat_map
>documentation). I've fixed them in my doc branch. Is it okay for me to
>merge it into trunk?
My opinion is that all of those changes are fine -
except for the one where you changed "Dietmar Kühl"'s name.
There's a bug (and a feature request) open against non-ASCII
characters in boost source files (and headers), and I've been fixing
some of them; but I have refrained from changing people's names.
[ Of course, that doesn't solve the problem that you're having :-( ]
Again, this is just my personal opinion.
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