Subject: Re: [boost] [date_time] Library status?
From: Ruediger Berlich (ruediger.berlich_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-13 10:45:40
@Andrey: Did you get a response on your question via PM ?
It would be really great if the problems you mentioned were fixed in 1.37 .
They had already been reported before the 1.36 beta. And usage of date_time
on machines with a gcc 4.3.1 compiler (and possibly any other 4.3 release)
seems to require patching of the Boost sources. This applies at least to
Debian Lenny and OpenSUSE 11, but quite likely also to other mainstream
Linux distributions, such as recent Fedoras.
Alp Mestan wrote:
> My SVN client tells that the last commit was 10/10/2008, yesterday, by
> John Maddock.
> I think you should mail him to get news and maybe for being able to fix
> some bugs.
> On 10/11/08, Andrey Semashev <andrey.semashev_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> Alp Mestan wrote:
>> > I don't know, but I think nobody will complain if you work on bug
>> > fixing
>> > Boost.DT... and then asking I you can submit it for a library update
>> > (of course I you are interested in working on it and if you have the
>> > time).
>> I'd be glad to fix some of those issues, at least the most annoying and
>> obvious ones. However, if there is some work going on the library, I
>> would like to know about it in order not to clash with the maintainer.
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