Subject: Re: [boost] boost.org Source-Code, Concepts & Idioms.
From: Steven Watanabe (watanabesj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-13 12:42:30
> Good morning Guys.
> Do you think it feasible to have a section in boost.org that shows (& permits download) the libraries' source-code at its bare-minimum, without all the configuration to clutter the code?
> The only problem with easily & clearly understanding the boost libraries is the abundance of conditional compilation directives, & a multitude of macros for some libraries.
> This makes it hard to read & understand. Seeing the bare source-code without the directives & macros (I know it is very necessary for portability, & avoiding boiler-plate code) would make the concepts easier to understand.
I don't think it is really feasible to maintain two versions of the code.
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