From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-27 16:17:09
In doing a top-level build of Boost (trunk) I'm seeing many messages
like this one:
./boost/spirit/core/composite/actions.hpp:15:4: warning: #warning "This
header is deprecated. Please use: boost/spirit/include/classic_actions.hpp"
In file included from libs/serialization/src/basic_xml_grammar.ipp:22,
* Is this something to worry about that the Serialization lib, and
perhaps others, are using the deprecated headers?
* Assuming Serialization, other libraries, and users want to use the old
headers. Is there a way for them to turn off the warning? I don't see
anything obvious from looking at the headers themselves.
In a world where compiling Boost produces many warnings already in some
platforms. It seems bad if we are adding even more onto the fray.
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