Subject: Re: [boost] spirit classic modularization
From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-05-21 17:20:49
Dave Abrahams wrote:
> While I was in Aspen I split Spirit and Spirit Classic into separate
> Git repositories:
I prefer the above even though it would require that I make changes to
to explicitly select spirit_classic. Right now the selection occurs
under the covers in a way which is not obvious to me. It does
work which is good. But still it hides what's going on which
usually comes back to haunt me.
> The manifest entries begin here, and as you can see, are quite
> long for these two libraries:
> This is mostly due to the limited expressivity of the manifest
> language, but regardless...
> The question, for Spirit developers: which arrangement is better?
> Should both spirits go back into a single repository?
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