Subject: Re: [boost] [V1.46] [Iterator] Ask for release notes modification
From: Michel MORIN (mimomorin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-01-27 09:12:24
Daniel James wrote:
> On 26 January 2011 23:56, Mathias Gaunard <mathias.gaunard_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> I think the right thing to do is probably to make it use
>> boost::result_of<const UnaryFunction(typename
>> std::iterator_traits<Iterator>::reference)> on the trunk, fix the doc, check
>> the tests still pass on all expected targets, then merge it to release
>> unless the release manager disagrees.
> I think it's too late for that, we're being quite strict about new
> changes on the release branch. It'd be better to revert the change on
> the release branch (probably after the beta, see what response John
> gets on his thread about the pathscale changes) and then do it
> properly in the next release.
I'm very happy if the feature will be shipped in Boost 1.46, but it's too late.
So, IMHO, the way to go is
1. Revert transform_iterator's result_of support.
(And delete the corresponding item in the release notes for Boost 1.46.)
2. Ask the authors whether the transform_iterator's documentation is incorrect.
(Dave, could you comment on this problem?)
3. Trunk fixed. (Patches are attached in ticket #5127.)
4. Merged into release branch for Boost 1.47.
I set the milestone of the following ticket to Boost 1.47.
#5127 (Documentation of transform_iterator is incorrect)
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