From: Marshall Clow (marshall_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-07-26 17:28:50
At 5:07 PM -0400 7/26/08, Daryle Walker wrote:
>I noticed that some of my code is showing up in the inspection
>report. Specifically, "boost/math/common_factor_rt.hpp" and a lot
>of Boost.Rational. When I looked at the former file, I remembered
>why I never corrected those files before: I share the copyright for
>those files with Paul Moore, and I've never been able to find him
>(See my latest attempt below.) Unless someone else here knows how
>to contact him (if he's still alive), what do we do? Do we
>special-case those files to be skipped by the inspector? Do we try
>re-implementing the interface in those files so they won't contain
In the short term, you can shut up the inspector report by putting
"boostinspect:nolicense" into a comment in the file.
If you do that, I would suggest that you add an explanation about why
you are doing this (your explanation above is sufficient, IMHO).
FYI, here are a list of files in the trunk that currently use this method:
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