Subject: Re: [boost] [context] Trying to compile Coroutine on trunk
From: Vicente Botet (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-09-11 08:37:55
Oliver Kowalke wrote
>> Do we have any policies about leaving trunk broken.
>> In the case of Context, no-one uses it yet, but for anything that
>> someone depends on, breaking trunk for it breaks people that for some
>> reason uses trunk.
> what about evolution of the code/interface?
> boost-docu states:
> "Library Maintainer's Rights and Responsibilities: You are free to change
> your library in any way you wish, and you are encouraged to actively make
> The modification I've done was a request from one of the reviewers of
You can always try be backward compatible. E.g. preserve the existing files,
which could include the new ones.
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