Subject: [boost] [algorithm] aesthetic question about cxx11
From: lcaminiti (lorcaminiti_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-02-26 13:50:32
I have an aesthetic question. Boost.Algorithm puts C++11 algorithms like
all_of into a directory boost/algorithm/cxx11. Would the directory name
boost/algorithm/cpp11 be preferred?
I think for file names .cpp and .hpp are Boost choice over .cxx and .hxx.
But for directory names instead cxx11 is Boost choice over cpp11? Similarly,
shall macros that refer to C++11 be named BOOST_..._CPP11_... or
BOOST_..._CXX11_...? In general, shall Boost refer to C++11 as cpp11/CPP11
or cxx11/CXX11? Given that .cpp/.hpp is Boost choice for file names over
.cxx/.hxx, I'd think cpp11/CPP11 would be Boost choice over cxx11/CXX11...
P.S. I have a similar situation in Boost.Contract where I want to put macros
to parse C++11 keywords (override, final, etc) in a separated directory and
I want to name that directory cxx11 or cpp11 consistently with other Boost
libraries (so users don't have to remember different conventions).
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