Subject: Re: [boost] Boost.Test updates in trunk: need for (mini) review?
From: Gennadiy Rozenal (rogeeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-10-20 15:31:15
Evgeny Panasyuk <evgeny.panasyuk <at> gmail.com> writes:
> 20.10.2012 13:44, Gennadiy Rozenal wrote:
> > No. It uses a lot of C++11 inside the implementation. It might have been
> > possible to implement somewhat limited c++98 version, but I do not have
> > time to work on that. Feel free to submit a patch ;)
> 1. Where is the latest version? In svn trunk?
> 2. Is it OK to introduce dependencies on other boost libraries in order
> to replace C++11 features? For instance replace (std::list + std::move)
std::list older compilers should be able to handle. std::move, std::forward
could probably be removed altogether. They use only to achieve proper move
semantic of dataset construction
> with (boost::container::list + boost::move), (std::shared_ptr +
> std::make_shared) with (boost::shared_ptr + boost::make_shared)?
boost shared_ptr is fine I guess.
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