Subject: Re: [boost] [lockfree] include into 1.51?
From: Daniel James (dnljms_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-07-09 07:36:06
On 9 July 2012 07:26, Tim Blechmann <tim_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> boost.lockfree is now in trunk and it passes the tests on most supported
> platforms. atm it includes a private copy of boost.atomic, which will be
> removed once boost.atomic is merged (helge wanted to do it quite soon)
> ... there are still some test failures on win32, but i think i found the
> reason and fixed the tests (btw it is rather time consuming to work with
> the test farm as the win32 tests are only run about once a week).
Yes, that's a real pain. I don't use windows much so it causes me
problems as well.
> iac, the deadline for new libraries in 1.51 is today, but from my side,
> boost.lockfree could be included as it is now. however if the release
> managers consider it as too late, i'm don't have a problem with waiting
> for another release cycle ...
It feels a little late to me, we normally try to sort out
documentation, inspect errors etc. before merging. But see what the
other release managers think.
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