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From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-30 13:51:08

on Fri Aug 29 2008, "Mat Marcus" <> wrote:

> For some of us the answer is not <shrug>. Are hotfixes really the way
> forward? Not to pick on filesystem, threads or xpressive, but hotfixes
> are a bit difficult to manage in a coporate environment. It's hard
> enough to get boost accepted/updated without having to defend against
> people who argue that it's too risky to use boost due to "inadequate
> quality control" e.g. "boost 1.35.0 didn't work out of the box
> (windows thread bugs, filesystem compilation errors, etc.), boost
> 1.36.0 doesn't work out of the box, and there are no dot-releases
> planned". It really helps if there is a perception of stable, high
> quality, official, numbered releases.

Hi Mat,

With apologies for the sales message: my company's Enterprise Support
program offers the closest possible equivalent of point releases for
Boost. We might be able to help you.

Dave Abrahams
BoostPro Computing

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