Subject: Re: [boost] [uuid] - release schedule
From: Dean Michael Berris (mikhailberis_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-12-14 13:48:40
On Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 2:35 AM, Andy Tompkins <atompkins_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I have been working to get the uuid library to pass for the different
> toolsets in trunk. Â The only failures (since my last check in, changeset
> 58370) are for 'codegear' and 'siliconman', which have to do with the
> random library or the test library, both of which have lots of failures
> as well. Â Should I somehow mark them as expected failures? Â Or is there
> a way (for test at least) to use the test library differently than I am?
> Do you want me (I assume me) to put the uuid library into the release
> branch? Â I know this is the last day to add new libraries. Â I am not
> trying to push it in. Â I just want to do know what you want me to do.
> Wait until the next release or put it in this release?
I am not a Release Manager, but I think since you are the maintainer
of the library it should be your call when you merge it to the release
branch. I think the expected failures marking and the clear
documentation that it won't be supported by certain compilers (with a
promise to make it work on those compilers granted that other
libraries you depend on if you intend to do that) should be enough.
For one, I look forward to seeing this library released soon so that I
can justify using it for one of my projects that needs UUID support.
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