Subject: Re: [boost] Stability: More on 3 level Boost libraries
From: Vicente Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-03-26 06:19:25
Rene Eng wrote:
> My name is RenÃ© Eng and I am a team leader in the SD departement. We are
> programming in C++ and plan to use Boost in the next release of our
> already use some parts already (Boost.Test, Boost.ProgramOptions).
> I also tried some things from Boost at home, especially
> There I did encounter myself the effect that my programs did not compile
> anymore with a new version of the Boost library.
> So I look at the '3 level proposal' from a user side of view.
> While at first glance it seems a good thing, that you can download the
> stable version and don't worry, I see a lot of dangerous points in there
> the boost development community:
> - You have to maintain 3 sets of the Boost library that are in itself
I have never proposed to have 3 versions !!!
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