From: Eric Niebler (eric_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-07-29 02:58:16
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Since I don't enjoy reverting changes when I don't have the time (I'm in
> the middle of my own product release). And since Boost is nearing the
> end of a release cycle. *ALL* tool changes are hereby *FROZEN* except
> for emergency fixes. Any changes must be approved by Beman or myself.
> And such changes must include making sure Boost testing runs adequately
> in *both* a Windows platform and a Unix platform. This means going to
> the boost-root/status directory and running the tests for *at least one*
> library, but preferably all of them.
> Thank you for paying attention.
Whoops, I think I just accidentally screwed this up. I made changes to
BoostBook and QuickBook on trunk:
I was thinking that this "obviously" wouldn't affect the upcoming
release because I didn't make any changes on the release branch. If
that's not the case, then I think most people's natural inclination will
lead them astray. My $0.02.
Do I need to revert my change?
-- Eric Niebler BoostPro Computing http://www.boostpro.com
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