Subject: Re: [boost] [none_t] I/O operators patch
From: Stewart, Robert (Robert.Stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-06-06 10:30:54
Gregory Crosswhite wrote:
> I have written a patch based on the feedback I have received
> to implement these operators and attached it to this e-mail.
> Since the window for adding new features to Boost closes
> tomorrow, and this patch is relatively small and should be
> fairly innocuous, is there a chance that this or something
> like it could be considered for the next release?
You have no tests or documentation. Once you have tests, preferably tests you've ensured fail without your patch and pass with it, the tests must run the testing gauntlet. Then, when all tests pass on all available platforms, you can ask that your patches be incorporated.
To the foregoing procedural issues, there's also the concern that you got almost no response to your proposal. That suggests that there is little to no interest. If that's truly the case, then your idea may best be implemented locally.
Rob Stewart robert.stewart_at_[hidden]
Software Engineer using std::disclaimer;
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