Subject: Re: [boost] [icl/itl] Interval Container Library ready for inclusion
From: Hartmut Kaiser (hartmut.kaiser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-11-04 21:14:31
> After the review of the Interval Template Library in February and its
> acceptance for inclusion, I worked on a number of suggestions and
> proposals from the reviewers, in order to improve the design and quality
> of the library. The library is now renamed to Boost.Icl: Interval
> Container Library.
> I have completed a release icl-4.0.0, where those suggestions are
> implemented. Apart from typos and flaws in the docs that might be there
> after renaming, this will be the version for inclusion into the next boost
> release (1.46.0).
> The now renamed library has a new path in the sandbox:
> The sources are also in the vault
> and on sourceforge (extended version)
> The BoostBook docs are online available here:
Joachim, that's great news. Many people are waiting for this!
Why don't you just go ahead and move everything into Boost trunk. That does
not disrupt any release procedures, but gives you the benefit of running the
tests on a daily basis on a broad range of platforms. Additionally it
simplifies things for people working from Boost SVN trunk wanting to use
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