Subject: Re: [boost] [uuid] - release schedule
From: Daniel James (daniel_james_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-12-15 15:29:14
2009/12/15 Andy Tompkins <atompkins_at_[hidden]>:
> I did have endian issues as well as sizeof(wchar_t) issues. I checked
> in a fix (revision 58262) for this. The regression test details for
> ppc' (http://tinyurl.com/ydtff27) are not helpful. So, what revision
> did you run yours with.
I'm not sure. But I just reran the test and it passed, so I probably
forgot to update it. The Sandia powerpc test failure is probably
because the test times out, it takes 20 minutes on 1.9 GHZ G5.
I've had a look at you documentation, and I've attached some markup
changes. This is mainly cleaning it up so that it'll work better with
our tools. I also added a border round the 'pre' blocks, which I find
makes it a lot easier to read. It wasn't clear where the code started
I found the order of the documentation a bit odd. The rationale sits
oddly between the synopsis and interface sections. It also reads to me
like it should be in the introduction at the start as it provides a
nice motivation for the library.
And generally we put the documentation for the members of a header
next to the synopsis of that header. So I'd structure the reference
something like this:
input and output
Does that make seem okay to you?
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