Subject: Re: [boost] Proposed Library Boost.Algorithm
From: Marshall Clow (mclow.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-04-09 15:54:50
(re-sending to the list)
On Apr 9, 2011, at 10:04 AM, Daniel Trebbien wrote:
>>>> (Finally) I have uploaded to the vault <http://www.boostpro.com/vault/index.php?action=downloadfile&filename=Boost.Algorithm-008.zip&directory=Algorithms&> a proposal for the Boost.Algorithm library.
>>> Thanks Marshall! Is there some way you can get this into either a git
>>> repo or into the sandbox?
>> It's already in a git repo - on my machine ;-)
>> Seriously, though - what is the advantage (to you, to me) in having development versions in a public repo?
>> I can understand it if there are multiple contributors- but there are not (at this point).
>> -- Marshall
> I too am interested in the git repo. There is a utility function that
> I am considering contributing, and I think that it would be easier for
> me to use GitHub's pull request system to send in a patch, or at least
> to use git's format-patch feature.
That is exactly the direction that I want to take Boost.Algorithm - once it is accepted.
Let people propose/contribute new algorithms, have them reviewed (hopefully a much easier task than a full-blown library review), and then add them to the library.
However, first the library needs to be accepted into boost - and that won't ever happen as long as it is being added to.
So, yes - I welcome your contribution; just not yet.
Marshall Clow Idio Software <mailto:mclow.lists_at_[hidden]>
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